Peru's transport minister, Edmer Trujillo, and Bolivia's minister of public works, Milton Claros, met last Thursday to fine-tune details and monitor progress on the bi-oceanic train project.
The meeting was held in the city of Cochabamba, in Bolivia, informed Telesur, and the Bolivian Minister of Public Works said that the meeting is necessary to bring the joint project to fruition.
"It is necessary that we have these executive bilateral meetings and we have facilitated this meeting in Cochabamba," he explained to the media.
Likewise, minister Trujillo extended the commitment of the Government of Peru in this joint work between the two South American nations.
He also said that Peru is committed to the coordinated work with Bolivia and carry to project forward in a medium term. Not only will this bi-oceanic train allow the transport between nations, but it will also strengthen the mobilization of Bolivian cargo through the port of Ilo.