The President of Peru, Dina Boluartethanked this Friday for the support of the Secretary of State for USAAntony Blinken, who, according to a message issued by the Foreign Ministry, showed his support for the president in the political crisis that the Andean country is going through.
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“Dina Boluarte, accompanied by the chancellor Ana Cecilia Gervasiheld a telephone conversation with the Secretary of State, Antony Blinken, who reiterated the support of the United States to Peru and its willingness to continue strengthening the extensive bilateral relationship”, pointed out the institution on its Twitter profile.
He added that the Peruvian president “He thanked the good disposition of the United States and reiterated Peru’s commitment to continue working together on issues of mutual interest.”
“Secretary Blinken said that Peru is an important ally of the US and offered to continue supporting the democratic institutional process,” indicated the foreign ministry.
Shortly after, the Presidency Twitter published a message in which it reiterated that Boluarte had spoken by telephone with Blinken, “who reiterated the support of the United States to the government he leads.”
This Tuesday, the Government of Peru, through the Foreign Ministry, thanked the support of the United States Government “for the democratic institutions” of the Andean country and for the actions to address the outbreak of social protests in various regions of the national territory.
“Foreign Minister Ana Cecilia Gervasi: We appreciate the support provided by the Government of the United States to democratic institutions in Peru and the actions carried out to stabilize the social situation”the Peruvian Ministry of Foreign Relations wrote on Twitter that day.
Hours earlier, Boluarte met in Lima with the United States ambassador to Peru, Lisa Kenna, while the spokesman for the State Department of the North American country, Ned Price, reiterated from Washington his support for the new president, who took office on last Wednesday, replacing former president Pedro Castillo, after the failed self-coup.
“Of course we recognize the Peruvian president, Dina Boluarte, and we will continue to work with the democratic institutions of Peru. We look forward to collaborating closely with President Boluarte and the Peruvian State”, Price stated.
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