César Landa is sworn in again as foreign minister to replace Miguel Ángel Rodríguez Mackay

César Landa is sworn in again as foreign minister to replace Miguel Ángel Rodríguez Mackay

Thus, Landa Arroyo returns to the Ministerial Cabinet 39 days after being replaced by Miguel Ángel Rodríguez Mackay. He had assumed the position last February.

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César Landa swears again as chancellor in replacement of Miguel Ángel Rodríguez Mackay

César Landa returned to the Ministerial Cabinet 39 days after being replaced by Miguel Ángel Rodríguez Mackay. (Photo: Foreign Ministry)

The President of the Republic, Pedro Castillo, took the oath César Landa as the new Minister of Foreign Affairs to replace Miguel Ángel Rodríguez Mackay, who left office on September 9.

< p itemprop="description" class="story-contents__font-paragraph">The ceremony took place this Tuesday, September 13, in the Cáceres Hall of the Government Palace, four days after the resignation of the previous owner of Torre Tagle.

Thus, Landa Arroyo returns to the Ministerial Cabinet 39 days after being replaced by Miguel Ángel Rodríguez Mackay. He had taken office last February.

As is recalled, Rodríguez Mackay submitted his resignation as foreign minister after Castillo Terrones gave his opinion against the positions he had defended after taking office in relation to the Sahrawi Arab Republic Democraticand the Convention of the Sea (Convemar).

In a letter sent to the president, the outgoing incumbent of Torre Tagle pointed out that the objective set was to “revitalize” Peru's foreign policy, “correcting mistakes” and trying to strengthen the course of the country's international life.

Furthermore, the diplomat pointed out on Twitter that guided by his “forms and convictions”, and after talking with the head of state Upon his arrival in Lima, he made the decision to irrevocably resign from the position.

The Foreign Ministry, on August 18, announced its decision to withdraw recognition of the Saharawi Arab Democratic Republic and “break all relations with this entity”, after almost a year of having begun diplomatic relations and after talking with the Foreign Minister of Morocco.

“Due to the absence of an effective bilateral relationship to date, the Government of the Republic of Peru decides to withdraw the recognition of the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic and break all relations with this entity”, stated the statement published by the Ministry of Foreign Relations.