Peruvian President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski on Thursday meets with French counterpart Emmanuel Macron, within the framework of the Andean Head of State's official visit to France and Spain.
Peru's top official was welcomed with corresponding honors upon arrival at Elysee Palace.
Mr. Kuczynski thus becomes the first Latin American leader to meet with his recently-elected counterpart.
The President's entourage is composed of Ministers Ricardo Luna (Foreign Affairs), Alfredo Thorne (Economy and Finance) and Ambassador to France Alvaro de Soto, among other government officials.
As is known, the Peruvian delegation arrived in Paris last Wednesday following a 13-hour flight.
The event will take place at Pierre Mendes France Conference Center in Paris on Friday, June 9.
The forum will also see the presence of French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire, OECD Secretary-General Angel Gurria
and Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) President Alfredo Moreno.
Mr. Kuczynski will then hold audiences with the said OECD
heads, as well as with Guatemala's President Jimmy Morales.
The France agenda also includes a work meeting with Movement of French Enterprises (Medef) members at Cercle de I'Union Interalliee.