Peru's ambassador to Spain will soon receive credentials and full powers to serve before the international organization.
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The Ministry of Foreign Affairs reported that former minister Óscar Maúrtua will assume the position as representative of Peru before the UNWTO . (Photo: GEC file)
The Government appointed former minister Óscar Maúrtuaas permanent representative of Peru before the World Tourism Organization (WTO) based in Spain.
The supreme resolution 083-2022 -RE published this Tuesday in the Legal Standards bulletin of El Peruano confirms the appointment with the signatures of the President of the Republic, Pedro Castillo, and the Minister of Foreign Affairs, César Landa.
Maúrtua, who holds the position of extraordinary and plenipotentiary ambassador of Peru in the Kingdom of Spain, will receive the corresponding credentials and full powers to assume this second position from Madrid before the UNWTO.
Óscar Maúrtua will be Peru's representative to the UNWTO.
The text specifies that subparagraph 12) of article 118 of the Constitution establishes the power of the President of the Republic to appoint ambassadors and plenipotentiary ministers, with the approval of the Council of Ministers, charged with reporting to the Congress of the Republic.
It also ensures that it respects the various rules that regulate the appointment of public officials, the Law of the Diplomatic Service of the Republic and the decree that establishes modifications to this last legislation.
Óscar Maúrtua de Romaña was chancellor of the government of Pedro Castle from August 20, 2021 to February 1, 2022.