He said the efforts will focus on areas such as erradication and alternative crops, as well as analysis and punishment of money laundering.
"The Peruvian government has a firm position: I am absolutely against the drugs legalization," said the head of state after opening the 20th meeting of the Heads of National Drug Law Enforcement Agencies (HONLEA) of Latin America and the Caribbean.
In the presence of anti-drug heads of the continent, President Garcia said human beings "can not kneel before their own powerlessness,” nor can admit that they have to be subject to it because he is not able to stop it with their intelligence, technology and drug repression systems.
"I think this (drug legalization) is like opening the way for the degradation of human beings, because if we legalize marijuana as a soft drug then we will legalize cocaine as hard drugs, and finally we will also legalize the elimination of the elderly, as in the old societies, because they can no longer contribute to the production," he said.
The Peruvian leader said the government's position is firm and will be maintained until July 28, 2011 "even though those who raise the flag of the drug legalization are very intelligent and well-known and noisy."
President Garcia added that he will always be against them because "they represent, without knowing it, the backward step of the human being in his path to freedom, which is basically the way of his conscience, ie to use his skills without escapes through drugs."
The head of State noted that when mankind begins to go back, it does it until the fascist barbarism and the elimination of anyone who is not like it genetically.