Peruvian President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski on Friday afternoon met with United States counterpart Donald Trump at the White House.
Prior to arrival, the Head of State mentioned bilateral relations linked to the strengthening of diplomatic relations, business perspectives, free trade and the relevance of multilateralism for prosperity of both countries would be addressed at the event.
The U.S. economy comprises a relevant matter given that the North American country is currently Peru's second-largest exports destination.
Within this framework, President Kuczynski is the first Latin American Head of State to meet with President Trump, who took office on January 20.
As is known, Mr. Trump invited Mr. Kuczynski to meet in the United States during a phone conversation on February 12.