The Callao region, located west of Lima, will become a center of attraction for living, as well as an ideal place for bringing companies and conduct largest business, Peru’s President Ollanta Humala said Monday.
This will be possible as a result of a mayor extension works of the new Costanera Avenue and the construction of the Costa Verde at the largest and most important port in Peru.
The head of State recalled Callao has a port and an airport, but it does not have the necessary and optimal communication roads for trade and massive transport.
President Humala highlighted construction works will contribute to decongestion of Callao’s pathways, point of entry and departure of the country.
“This work, besides giving more value to Callao, highlights the joint efforts between the local, regional and national government for the benefit of the population," he said.
The Head of State said that he will support any project or work that takes place in the first Peru’s port. He added the Navy Industrial Service (SIMA) is building ships and a number of boats with greater capacity for the navy.
The ceremony was attended by the Peru’s Foreign Trade Minister Jose Luis Silva; the regional president of Callao, Félix Moreno; the mayor’s first port, Juan Sotomayor, and Rogelio Canches legislator.
The Callao region will become a center of attraction for living, as well as an ideal place for bringing companies and conduct largest business, Peru’s President Ollanta Humala said Monday.