Peru And The United States Will Exchange Information On Terrorism


The Governments of Peru and the United States signed a memorandum of understanding on the exchange of information for the detection of terrorists, which will strengthen efforts to prevent and combat this international scourge.

According to La República, the Peruvian Foreign Minister, Néstor Popolizio, and the Ambassador of the United States, Krishna Urs, signed the memorandum.

“With the signing of this instrument, both countries will strengthen their efforts to prevent and combat international terrorism, as well as to strengthen their capacities through the exchange of information on this matter”, the media wrote.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Peru also highlighted the willingness of both governments to strengthen bilateral cooperation for the benefit of the security and well being of both peoples, said La República today.

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