Peru's Foreign Affairs Ministry issues protest note to Colombian Embassy

Photo: ANDINA/Andrés Valle

Photo: ANDINA/Andrés Valle

20:28 | Lima, Jan. 23.

The Peruvian Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Monday handed a note to the Colombian Embassy, in which it conveys an energetic protest for the new act of interference by President Gustavo Petro on domestic political issues.

Via Twitter, the government agency stated that the conduct of the aforementioned leader is not consistent with the rules of International Law.

"The note refers to the statements made by President Petro about the events that occurred on the San Marcos University campus and states that his acts of interference are inconsistent with the conduct that every Head of State must observe in compliance with International Law," it stated.

Earlier on Monday, the ministry reported that it also handed a note to the Ambassador of Bolivia, in which it conveys an energetic protest against the statements made by the President of said country, Luis Arce, on domestic policy issues.

According to information provided by international agencies, on Sunday, the Bolivian leader said that people in Peru have been fighting to reinstate democracy.

"Today, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs handed a note to the Bolivian Ambassador, through which it conveys an energetic protest against the statements of President Luis Arce on domestic policy issues," the ministry said in a statement posted on its Twitter account.


Publicado: 23/1/2023