OAS Assembly 2022: Pedro Castillo will meet with the US Secretary of State today.

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The President of Peru is meeting with the Secretary of State of the United States of America today. (Infobae Peru).

As part of the 52 General Assembly of the Organization of American States (OAS), which will be held in Lima from October 5 to 7, the President of the Republic, Petersburgwill honor the working meeting agreed with the Secretary of State of the United States of America, Anton Blinken.

Foreign Minister César Landa Arroyo will also attend the meeting, according to the Presidency’s Strategic Communications and Press Secretariat.

After the meeting, the authorities will hold a press conference at the Government Palace headquarters.

This activity is scheduled at 5:00 p.m. this Thursday, October 6th in the executive headquarters.

It is worth mentioning that Antony Blinken arrived in Peru last Wednesday afternoonafter visiting Bogotá, where he met with Colombian President Gustavo Petro, and Santiago de Chile, where he met with Chilean President Gabriel Boric.

The President of Peru attended the opening ceremony of the 2022 OAS General Assembly.

Last Wednesday, October 5th, the opening of the 52nd General Assembly of the OAS, based in Lima, took place in Peru. During his speech, the President Pedro Castillo He highlighted the joint work of nations to help the most vulnerable populations to respect human rights and improve the quality of life in countries experiencing extreme poverty.

“General of the Organization of American States, Mr. Secretary of State, Mr. Permanent Representative of Peru to the OAS, Distinguished representatives of civil society, brothers and sisters, social actors from different countries, it is a great honor to do you this honor, welcome to this dialogue and Allow me to greet through you the various organizations of private and public sector workers, indigenous peoples, Afro-descended communities, those who are attending the fifty-second session of the General Assembly of the Organization of American States, which is being held in Peru,” said the President at the beginning of his speech.

“It is our continent’s most important political, legal and social governance forum, bringing together heads of delegations and senior officials from the region. However, we cannot make decisions behind our backs and without listening to the social actors and representatives of civil society who carry the voice and aspirations of our peoples, because on Monday August 3rd we had the opportunity to share with the youth of America to start a conversation to collect their expectations and demands. Today we open this dialogue with you, the representatives of civil society, so that all your interventions are channeled to solve together the great problems affecting our peoples of the continent. We are all aware that the health and economic crisis we have been facing for more than 2 years has hit our countries hard,” he said.

We face the challenge of proposing concrete and urgent solutions to meet these demands in line with the commitments made in the United Nations 2030 Agenda and on the basis of our strong democratic convictions. In addition to ensuring the fundamental rights and freedoms of minority communities. We aim to guarantee equal rights and opportunities for the vast majority, such as women, the working class and indigenous and Afro-descended peoples, who demand better living conditions and the relationship of all forms of discrimination to the realization of the 52nd OAS General Assembly “Together Against Inequality and Discrimination” represents an opportunity for my country to include reducing social disparities, justice and the full enjoyment of human rights for our society on the hemispheric agenda,” added President of the Republic Peter Castle .

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