The governments of Peru and Chile signed, as a result of the II Bi-national Cabinet that took place on November 27 in Santiago, a total of fourteen agreements that were considered by President Martín Vizcarra as concrete measures that will become benefits for both countries.
“We have not only talked and expressed our commitment to achieving a common goal in pursuit of the development of our people, but a development that is sustained and with a vision of the future,” said the President, according to Perú 21.
Apart from the 14 agreements that have been signed, other 133 commitments were achieved. “That is, much more than the commitments that were agreed in the meeting of Lima in the year 2017,” said Vizcarra.
These commitments were made within the framework of five axes that President Vizcarra mentioned in his closing speech of the II Bi-national Cabinet: Social Affairs and Culture for Integration; security and defense; foreign trade and tourism; energy and mining issues; and development, border integration and infrastructure issues.
“In turn, the President of Chile, Sebastián Piñera, indicated that relations between the two countries are going through a great moment”, wrote Perú 21.
He also proposed to unite both of the country’s wills and visions to build the best relationship possible.