Peruvian Ambassador presents credentials to Slovak President

12:57 | Bratislava (Slovakia), May. 24.

Peruvian Ambassador Eric Anderson presented his credential letters to Slovakia's President Andrej Kiska, the Foreign Affairs Ministry has reported.

The credentials designated Anderson Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Peru to the Slovak Republic. 

On the occasion, the Peruvian diplomat extended President Martin Vizcarra's greetings to the hosting nation's official, as well as the best wishes to strengthen even more the traditional friendship and cooperation ties between Peru and Slovakia.

Afterwards, Ambassador Anderson had a conversation with President Kiska in which they agreed on the importance of continuing to work together on matters of special interest for both countries. 

In this sense, they underlined the commemoration in 2018 of 25 years of the establishment of diplomatic relations. 

Likewise, Ambassador Anderson and President Kiska spoke about the Inca country's firm commitment to becoming a member of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).

In this sense, the Slovak dignitary reaffirmed his support for Peru's objective. 

Moreover, they noted the importance of the Pacific Alliance as an integration mechanism and the relevance of Slovakia's role as an Observer State. 

The ceremony took place at the Presidential Palace in Bratislava on May 21.


Published: 5/24/2019