LIMA,PERU-NOVIEMBRE 21.. Ceremonia de bienvenida al presidente de China, Xi Jinping, en el Patio de Honor de Palacio de Gobierno. Foto: ANDINA/Jhony Laurente
President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski's administration brought tangible results to Peru-China relations during the first year in office, Peruvian Foreign Affairs Ministry said on Wednesday.
Furthermore, Peru's top official met high-ranking authorities from strategic countries like the United States
In fact, this resulted in a bilateral rapprochement and boosted China's direct investments in the Inca country.
Likewise, China committed to backing the implementation of Peru's Productive Diversification Plan.
As is known, the two nations have inked 22 agreements that should guide bilateral relations over the next years —an opportunity for industry development and infrastructure improvements.
On the other hand, Mr. Kuczynski has stood out among Latin American leaders for his strategy to arrange official meetings with high-ranking authorities from major countries such as the United States