During this gathering, both dignitaries reaffirmed the friendship and cooperation ties uniting both nations, as well as their governments' commitment to strengthen bilateral relations.
"There are major Japanese firms [investing] in several projects such as Antamina mine, currently in operation; and Quellaveco, which is in the decision-making stage," the Head of State said.
"In both cases, a major investment is involved," he pointed out.
In this sense, the Japanese Prime Minister expressed his administration's commitment to helping the Inca nation once the debates on this matter begin.
According to Abe, Japan supports Peru's free and open economic policy. He added his country wants to cooperate with Peru in disaster risk prevention, transport, and infrastructure.
Peru's top official attended said bilateral meeting joined by Foreign Affairs Minister Ricardo Luna, as well as Foreign Trade and Tourism Minister Eduardo Ferreyros.
The Japanese delegation was composed of Foreign Affairs Minister Taro Kono, Senior Foreign Policy Coordinator Shu Kawano, as well as Latin American and Caribbean Affairs Bureau Director-General Takahiro Nakamae.