He said the conference was very important for Peru, because it brought together representatives from more than sixty countries and ten international organizations.
The event also resulted in the signing of various agreements on information exchange and open the possibility of developing common actions against organized crime and drug trafficking.
Moreover, Roncagliolo confirmed that Peru's Commission for Development and Life without Drugs, Devida, will soon host a meeting on alternative development.
On the other hand, the foreign minister said the Peruvian capital of Lima is getting ready to host the 3rd Summit of Heads of State and Government of South American and Arab Countries (ASPA) on October 1 and 2, 2012.
King Mohammed VI of Morocco and Palestine's President Mahmoud Abbas have confirmed their attendance, along with delegations of Tunisia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE), he added.