• They agreed that the actions carried out under the Strategic Partnership Agreement between the two nations have yielded positive results in the areas of competitiveness, infrastructure and connectivity.

Within the framework of the 25th Ibero-American Summit, President Enrique Peña Nieto med today with Peruvian president Pedro Pablo Kuczynski, with whom he discussed the importance of continuing to promote political, cultural, economic, trade and security cooperation schemes.

The two leaders agreed that the actions carried out under the Strategic Partnership Agreement between the two nations have yielded positive results in the areas of competitiveness, infrastructure and connectivity.

Presidents Peña Nieto and Kuczynski also confirmed their willingness to further deepen the bilateral relationship and discussed the importance of the Pacific Alliance in achieving that goal.

They agreed that the Pacific Alliance is a good platform to further strengthen cooperation with other regional mechanisms, such as Mercosur and the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Forum.

Peru is Mexico’s 6th largest trading partner in Latin America and the Caribbean. Bilateral trade stands at $2.322 billion USD.