Peru and Chile sign agreements to boost tourism, culture and border development. The presidents of Peru, Pedro Pablo Kuczynski, and Chile, Michelle Bachelet, today headed the First Binational Cabinet between the governments of both countries, culminating in the signing of the Lima Declaration.
This document contains the agreements established in this historic meeting, including topics related to the development of border areas, increase of binational tourism and promotion of culture.
In this statement, the governments of Peru and Chile expressed their satisfaction with the commitments agreed on in the various working areas, which will allow the consolidation of a comprehensive bilateral agenda and progress towards a new stage of the bilateral relationship, with a vision of future.
They welcomed the holding, between November 2016 and June 2017, of a number of bilateral meetings that have strengthened cooperation in the areas of defense, environment, culture, education, energy, mining, international cooperation and border integration, among others .