President Kuczynski delivers address at Princeton University

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09:10 | Princeton (U.S.), Feb. 25.

Peruvian President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski has arrived at Princeton University to speak at the lecture "A New Age for Latin America" hosted by the U.S. institution.

He started by introducing his wife Nancy Lange, as well as daughters Alexandra and Suzanne. The latter currently attends Princeton.

Upon return to his alma mater, the Peruvian leader will receive the James Madison Medal, named for James Madison, Princeton's first graduate alumnus, and established in 1973 by the Association of Princeton Graduate Alumni (APGA).

This honor is conferred each year on an alumnus or alumna of the Graduate School who has had a distinguished career, advanced the cause of graduate education or achieved a record for outstanding public service.

The award and his address on campus take place during Alumni Day activities on Saturday.


Publicado: 25/2/2017