President Martin Vizcarra on Wednesday affirmed there is a
, and thus adopts measures aimed at reducing and eradicating this scourge.
Likewise, he noted the efforts undertaken by his administration to reestablish minimum and adequate measures to significantly reduce corruption
in the Inca country.
Within this framework, the statesman pointed out this scourge
affects other countries in Latin America and the Caribbean.
Remarks were made during the closing ceremony of "The role of religious leaders in the promotion of positive peace in Latin America and the Caribbean."
Furthermore, President Vizcarra underlined the role played by Religions for Peace, as an example of tolerance that should also be applied in other areas of society.