Pedro Castillo meets with the Secretary of Foreign Affairs of Mexico at almost midnight

Pedro Castillo meets with the Secretary of Foreign Affairs of Mexico at almost midnight

Through his official Twitter account, the Peruvian president indicated that the purpose of the meeting is to strengthen foreign trade and investment with that country.< /h2>

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    Pedro Castillo meets with the secretary of Foreign Affairs of Mexico at almost midnight

    Through his official Twitter account, the Peruvian president indicated that the purpose of the meeting is to strengthen foreign trade and investment with that country. (Photo: Presidency)

    The President of the Republic, Pedro Castillo, will meet with the Secretary of Foreign Affairs of Mexico, Marcelo Ebrard, and investors from that country at the Government Palace after 11:00 pm. this Wednesday.

    Through his official Twitter account, the president indicated that the purpose of the meeting is to strengthen foreign trade and investment with that country.

    “In order to strengthen foreign trade and investment with the sister country of Mexico, I will soon meet at the Government Palace with the Secretary of Foreign Affairs of Mexico, Marcelo Ebrard, and Mexican investors,” he wrote on the social network. .

    The news was confirmed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Mexico, which detailed that the Ministers of Economy and Finance; External relationships; Energy and Mines; and Foreign Trade and Tourism; and the head of Promperú hold a technical meeting with Mexican businessmen.

    It should be noted that last Monday Castillo Terrones asked Congress to authorize his scheduled trip to Bogotá, Colombia, to participate in the change of presidential command that will take place on August 7.

    Through a letter addressed to the President of Parliament, Lady Camones (Alliance for Progress), the Head of State requests his departure from the country from August 6 to 8 to be part of the inauguration ceremony of Gustavo Petro.

    “The attendance of the President of the Republic at this ceremony will strengthen the historical ties of brotherhood and cooperation between the two countries, giving continuity to a bilateral work agenda aimed at identifying priority issues of common interest for the benefit of the populations of both states”, says the document.

    The official letter bears the signatures of Castillo Terrones and the resigning President of the Council of Ministers, Aníbal Torres. Along with this, the draft legislative resolution for the authorization of the trip was attached. The issue will be debated by Congress this Thursday the 4th.