"As President, I am here to give them all strength and support, so the work can be successful (…)," the Head of State expressed after climbing the mountain.
In this sense, the top official recalled a similar effort was undertaken in 1993, adding that 26 years later, the results of the current research will be more important and complement the previous one, as science and technology have moved forward.
"I want to thank the transmission of knowledge to Peruvian scientists. It is very important, as we wish to carry out our own research in Peru," the statesman said.
On her part, Orjeda underlined the scientific expedition hopes to find the possible cause of cultures extinction, temperature, biodiversity, bacteria evolution, and how climate change affects the evolution.