Peru’s Humala meets with Mexico’s president-elect, vows to strengthen relations

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Peru has vowed to strengthen relations with Mexico, after a meeting between President Ollanta Humala and Mexico’s President-elect Enrique Peña Nieto, on Sunday.

After meeting with Peña Nieto at the Government Palace, Humala said he envisioned “working together to improve the lives of our fellow citizens.”

Peña Nieto, who is on a tour of Latin American countries, said there is “great interest in further strengthening the relationship between Mexico and Peru, who are linked by their pre-Hispanic past, history, and wealth.”

"This relationship we have based on brotherhood can be strengthened, deepened and turned into greater benefits for our peoples. I am here to make clear my interest in working, my commitment and my political will to work together with the president of Peru in this brotherly relationship," Peña Nieto said according to Fox News.

The recently elected Mexican president also said both countries shared a need to create economic growth with social inclusion, RPP reported.

After the meeting President Humala, and First Lady Nadine Heredia, hosted a dinner at the Government Palace, for Peña Nieto and his wife, actress Angelica Rivera,

After meeting with Peña Nieto at the Government Palace, Humala said he envisioned “working together to improve the lives of our fellow citizens.”

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