Peru and the UK highlight 200 years of diplomatic relations | News

The Foreign Office today highlighted the friendship between Peru and the United Kingdom, to mark 200 years of diplomatic relations between the two countries.

The wallet shared welcome messages from Vice Chancellor Ignacio Higueras Minister for the Americas and British Caribbean, David RoutleyThis was done through a video clip they posted on social media.

Routley pointed this out Peru And United kingdom They share three important values ​​that have sustained their relationship for centuries: friendship, cooperation, and sustainability.

“our Friendship with Peru Its history dates back to its independence day, with the support of British Admiral (Martin) Gies and British General (William) Miller. since then, Our relationship, based on our shared values, has flourished. “Our work to promote human rights, democracy and gender equality is a testament to the long-standing relationship between our two countries.”Most Outstanding Minister of the Americas and the Caribbean.

He also mentioned that both countries have a history cooperation In many aspects, such as education, business, health and especially in infrastructure. “We will continue to build on our partnership for many years to come.”he added David Routley.

Finally, the British official maintained those relations Sustainability They expressed that, like Peru, they share an interest in the critical climate agenda, “While it is still possible to reduce Global Warming.

For his part, Vice President of the Republic Dr. Ignacio HiguerasHe stressed that it has been a fruitful 200 years, built on mutual respect and common principles such as defending democracy, promoting and protecting human rights and preserving the environment, among others.

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He added: “Our relationship is strong and fruitful, and we want to continue to deepen it comprehensively.” We look to the future together, confident of continuing to strengthen our political dialogue, and certain that British foreign investment will continue to come to Peru, because we are trusted partners; I am sure that our cultural and educational relations will continue to grow.He finished Fig trees.



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Publication date: 11/15/2023

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