Peruvian President Martin Vizcarra on Thursday reiterated his administration's commitment to improving the quality of life of the entire population.
Speaking from Pisco province, where he arrived to monitor public works, the Head of State ensured the execution of works in order to avoid the ravages left by rain and flooding across the country.
According to the leader, well-used water generates progress and development in society.
The opposite occurs, he warned, when water is not properly managed, thus causing destruction.
In this sense, he said comprehensive projects —like a dam to stop water flowing— are needed to avoid the ravages of flooding.
On the other hand, he minimized the fall in his approval rating, according to a recent survey.
On the matter, Vizcarra said the decline in his image is normal and natural.
"This is normal and natural. We just need to continue and work hard in order to fulfill the commitment made to the people," he stated.