Montevideo, Nov 13 (EFE) .- The Director General of the International Labor Organization (ILO), Guy Ryder, met today in Montevideo with the Vice President of Uruguay, Lucia Topolansky, and with representatives of business chambers of the country and the trade union center, the PIT-CNT.
Ryder is in the country to give a lecture on "the future of the work ".
Topolansky, who since this Sunday has held the Presidency for the absence of Tabaré Vázquez, who left for Mexico, participated in the meeting accompanied by other authorities as the Deputy Secretary of the Presidency, Juan Andrés Roballo, and the Minister of Labor, Ernesto Murro.
The audience, in which other ministers also participated, It was held at the Executive Tower, headquarters of the Government of Uruguay, and Ryder also attended, accompanied by the ILO Director for the Southern Cone, Fabio Bertranou.
The conference for which Ryder arrived in the country this afternoon at the Hall of the Lost Steps of the Legislative Palace and will be assisted by Murro and Bertranou.
The Director General of the ILO also had other meetings in the framework of his visit: this morning he met with representatives of business chambers at the headquarters of the National Chamber of Commerce and Services of Uruguay.
Also, today He also met with representatives of the country's main trade union center, PIT-CNT.
Fernando Pereira, president of the plant, said it was a positive meeting and that he was provided Ryder with information about collective bargaining in Uruguay and that almost all of the labor sectors currently participate and that they had "a favorable response" of the director ".
" Naturally, we are far from being rosy, but we have been improving substantially year after year and it is our bet to continue deepening that, "he said. Pereira regarding working conditions in the country.