FA Min reaffirms Peru's macroeconomic strengths in Panama

Photo: Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Peru

Photo: Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Peru

09:02 | Panama City (Panama), Jan. 13.

Foreign Affairs Minister Javier Gonzalez-Olaechea reaffirmed Peru's macroeconomic strengths and openness to investments, at a working meeting held with representatives of Panama's main economic sectors.

During his speech, the Cabinet member pointed out that Peru's economic context allows for the creation of job opportunities, as well as for the country's social and economic development.

Similarly, the government official underscored that Peru is committed to the process of accession to the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), and to the values that this organization represents, such as adherence to fundamental rights, democracy, and transparency.

Minister Gonzalez-Olaechea has been fulfilling an intense agenda in Panama since January 10.

During his trip, he has held meetings with high-ranking authorities and representatives of that country's business sector —within the framework of strengthening bilateral relations with the Central American State.

Last Thursday, the government official participated in the wreath-laying ceremony at the new location of the busts of Peruvian heroes Jose Faustino Sanchez Carrion, Francisco Bolognesi, Leoncio Prado, and Mariano Santos.

After said event, Minister Gonzalez-Olaechea held a conference on Latin America, as well as on the main global and regional challenges in the face of the emerging disruptive era.

The conference took place at Panama's Foreign Affairs Ministry headquarters. It was attended by representatives of the diplomatic corps accredited to the hosting country and special guests.


Publicado: 13/1/2024