Speaking to the foreign press, Roncagliolo said that on June 13 Humala will visit Brussels, Belgium, headquarters of the European Union. After that, he will continue towards the French city of Strasbourg, seat of European Parliament.
"Before that, on June 11 the president will be in Geneva at the International Labour Organization and on 12 will go to Berlin to be greeted by Chancellor Angela Merkel", he said.
He added that at the European Parliament, Humala will try to get the necessary support to advance the Multiparty Agreement, a mechanism that will serve to liberalize trade, reduce tariff barriers and encourage investments.
On the other hand, Roncagliolo said the relationship between Peru and neighboring countries in President Humala’s 10-months administration is in the best possible level.