Pedro Castillo ratifies commitment to unity between the State and the private sector to ensure investments

Pedro Castillo ratifies commitment to unity between the State and the private sector to ensure investments

During the inauguration of “Peru Travel Mart 2022”, the president reiterated the Government's commitment to consolidate the recovery and development of the tourism sector.

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Pedro Castillo ratifies commitment to unity between the State and the private sector to ensure investments

President Pedro Castillo also reaffirmed his commitment to the private sector to guarantee investments. (Photo: Presidency)

The President of the Republic, Pedro Castillo, reiterated the commitment of the Government to consolidate the recovery and development of the tourism sector, as part of the economic reactivation after the COVID-19 pandemic.

During the opening ceremony of the event “Peru Travel Mart 2022″, the most important international business roundtable for Peru's tourism industry, the president also reaffirmed his commitment to the private sector to guarantee investments.

I reaffirm this commitment to unity between the State and the private sector and the entire Peruvian population. As I said a few days ago in the United States, all investments in the country are welcome”, he expressed.

“I salute the investments made in the tourism sector, both at the level of hotel infrastructure and services, as well as in the various airlines that are now present in our country, encouraging the air market, favoring price competition and free consumer decision to fly to Peru”, he added.

Pedro Castillo ratifies commitment to unity between the State and the private sector to ensure investments

Pedro Castillo participates in official activity

The activity took place at the Lima Convention Center, in the district of San Borja, and was attended by the Minister of Foreign Trade and Tourism, Roberto Sánchez Palomino, and representatives of the sector.

Subsequently, Castillo Terrones will lead the XVI Decentralized Council of Ministers at the Modesto Basadre educational institution, in Tacna, within the framework of decentralization work that the Government has been promoting in different regions of the country.

The president will meet with regional and local authorities, as well as representatives of civil society and social organizations. The Chief of Staff, Aníbal Torres, and the 18 Ministers of State will also participate.