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Peru, Japan hold bilateral meeting at APEC


Presidente Kuczynski y primer ministro japonés, Shinzō Abe sostuvieron encuentro bilateral en APEC 2017.Foto:ANDINA/Presidencia

00:17 | Da Nang (Viet Nam), Nov. 10.

Peruvian President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski held a meeting with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in order to strengthen bilateral relations, within the framework of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Summit currently underway in Viet Nam.

As is known, President Kuczynski has already met with APEC economic leaders, including Tran Dai Quang (Viet Nam), with whom he agreed to improve and strengthen bilateral relations.

Likewise, Peru's top official plans to meet with Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping with the purpose of deepening bilateral ties.

The Head of State will also hold an audience Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, a country with which Peru will sign a Free Trade Agreement (FTA).

As is known, Mr. Kuczynski leads the Peruvian delegation composed of Minister Ricardo Luna (Foreign Affairs) and Eduardo Ferreyros (Foreign Trade and Tourism).

The 25th APEC Summit takes place in Da Nang thru November 11.

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Published: 11/10/2017