Peru presented with ‘clarity and strength’ at The Hague, says Humala

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On Monday President Ollanta Humala highlighted the work done by the country’s delegation before the International Court of Justice at The Hague.

“The public may not have appreciated the work the team has put in, […] but they have been working to present our arguments with clarity and strength,” Humala said during his speech at the Diplomatic Academy of Peru, according to El Comercio.

The president added that once The Hague issues its ruling on the maritime dispute with Chile, Peru will no longer have any other boundary’s to dispute, and therefore will allow the foreign ministry to focus on other areas.

“Peru is growing in a very rapid and important manner. Now we have more to defend,” Humala said, adding that his government planned to open five embassies and consulates, every year, in countries where Peru has no diplomatic representation.

On Monday President Ollanta Humala highlighted the work done by the country’s delegation before the International Court of Justice at The Hague.

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