Peruvian Minister of Foreign Affairs Oscar Mortua and their New Zealand counterparts Nanaiah Mahuta The APEC 2021 work, Peru’s candidacy for the APEC presidency in 2024 and the bilateral agenda have discussed topics of common interest.
Additionally, the two Ministers agreed that the CPTPP would strengthen Peru’s ties with the Asia-Pacific region and would be particularly helpful in increasing bilateral trade with New Zealand.
Mauratua congratulated his New Zealand counterpart for the excellent organization under the 2021 APEC Presidency and thanked New Zealand for supporting Peru’s candidacy for the APEC Presidency in 2024.
In addition, the ministers agreed to develop a social agenda for the benefit of both countries, primarily their vulnerable populations.
Similarly, they will continue to strengthen cooperation in subjects of common interest to meet the various challenges posed by COVID-19.
Finally, the Peruvian diplomat invited Minister Mahuta to make an official visit to Peru to dive deeper into the topics on the bilateral agenda and explore new areas of cooperation.
Foreign Minister Maúrtua spoke with his New Zealand counterpart Nania Mahuta about the work on APEC 2021; Peru’s nomination for the presidency of APEC 2024 and issues of common interest on the bilateral agenda.https://t.co/VGVXz100VJ
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