President Alberto Fernandez travels to Peru on Tuesday afternoon to attend the inauguration of President-elect Jose Pedro Castillo Terrones. who will take over the presidency of Peru on Wednesday, at Casa de Pesaro, the seat of government. The Argentine Head of State, accompanied by the First Lady, Fabiola Yanez.
After departing for Lima at 5:00 pm from Ministro Pistarini International Airport in Ezeiza, Ambassador Fernandez and the official delegation in Lima will be received by the Ambassador in Peru, Enrique Vaca Narvaga.
Last week, the highest president of Argentina congratulated the elected president of Peru and emphasized that his goal is for them to work يعمل “Together for a united Latin America”.
“I would like to reiterate my congratulations to Pedro Castillo, who was democratically elected and proclaimed President of our Peruvian brothers”Alberto Fernandez noted on his Twitter account.
Agenda in Peru
On Wednesday at 8.30 am, the President will have a working breakfast with the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Uruguay, Francisco BustilloThen, starting at 10:00, a meeting was held with the President of Ecuador, Guillermo Laso.
After that, the President will meet with the Mexican Minister of Foreign Relations, Marcelo Ebrard, While at 12 noon he will participate in the ceremony of transferring leadership to the President-elect of Peru.
At 1:30 p.m. Fernandez will travel with the other invited heads of state and their delegates to the Lima Convention Center, where, starting at 2:00 p.m., he will attend a state lunch hosted by President Castillo.
At 3:50 p.m., he will be part of a bilateral meeting with the head of state of Peru, in one of the first hearings of the new president. Also on his agenda is that at 4:30 pm he will hold a bilateral meeting at the request of the President of Colombia, Evan Duque Marquez.
The official activity begins on Thursday with the transfer of President Fernandez, First Lady Fabiola Yáñez and her delegation to Callao Air Base, and from there they will proceed to Pampa de la Quinoa to participate in the memorial ceremony for the inauguration of the President. The captain of the Peruvian national team, Jose Pedro Castelo Terrones. After that, the Argentine president will fly to Ayacucho Airport, where he will leave on a special flight back to Buenos Aires.
As part of the official Argentine delegation, the Ministers of Foreign Relations, International Trade and Worship will travel, Felipe SolaWomen, gender and diversity Elizabeth Gomez Alcorta.
As well as the secretaries-general of the Presidency of the Republic, Giulio Fitobellostrategic affairs, Gustavo Bellezcommunications and journalism, Juan Pablo BiondiParliamentary and institutional relations and civil society, Fernando Navarro the national representative, Eduardo ValdesChairman of the Foreign Relations Committee in the House of Representatives.
The National Election Arbitration Commission (JNE) of Peru recently announced Castillo, 51, as elected president on July 19, claiming he won more than 44,200 votes against right-wing Keiko Fujimori. In the close ballot held on 6 June.
With all polling stations checked, Castillo (Free Peru) received 50.13 percent, while Keiko Fujimori (People’s Force) received 49.87 percent by a difference of 44,263 votes.