Peru, Colombia FMs reviewed bilateral agenda

Foreign ministers met in Lima, Peru.

Foreign ministers met in Lima, Peru.

16:38 | Lima, Jun. 27.

Peru’s Foreign Minister Gonzalo Gutierrez held talks with his Colombian counterpart Maria Angela Holguin, with whom he agreed on a work agenda to boost bilateral integration, reported the Peruvian Foreign Ministry.
During the meeting, held at Torre Tagle Palace (Peru’s foreign office building), ministers reviewed the mechanisms of regional integration as member countries of the Pacific alliance and the Andean Community of Nations.

The dialogue examined trade and economic issues, the creation of a binational cabinet, security cooperation, fight against illegal mining, among other topics.

The two-side gathering was carried out on Thursday following a high-level ceremony for welcoming the inclusion of the main Andean road 'Qhapaq Ñan' in Unesco's World Heritage List.

The celebration was also attended by senior government officials from Argentina, Bolivia, Chile and Ecuador, who joined President Humala and the above-mentioned ministers amid beautiful shows at the Sanctuary of Pachacamac.


Published: 6/27/2014