The relationship of the European Union (EU) with Peru is going through “its best moments”, with a bilateral agenda in which “there are no bad issues” and which is being strengthened thanks to the success of the Free Trade Agreement (FTA) between the two for five years, according to information from La Vanguardia.
Ambassador Edita Hrdá, executive director for the Americas of the European External Action Service, met with senior officials of the Peruvian Foreign Ministry to analyze the agenda after the new Head of State in Peru, Martín Vizcarra, took over.
This meeting dealt with topics such as the advances in human rights issues, the fight against drugs, climate change and the environment, integration, small and medium enterprises and the economic-commercial relationship.
In addition, the European official ruled out that Peru could receive funds or programs destined for developing countries, because “it is where it is”, considering it has reached the status of a developed country.
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