Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Peru .- Humala starts tomorrow tour of Latin America

LIMA, 8 Jun. elected president of Peru, Ollanta Humala, will begin this Thursday for a ten days tour through the region that will take you to Brazil, Uruguay, Argentina and Chile, in what will be their first approach to the countries of the region before taking office on 28 July. Humala will leave for Brazil on Wednesday night (early Thursday in Spain), where he will meet with President Dilma Rousseff, who was the first to congratulate him after his victory in Sunday's election.

In an interview with CNN, Humala said his intention is to go first to the countries comprising the Southern Common Market (Mercosur), namely Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay and Paraguay, plus the United States. "I hope you can make that trip soon, I would like to contact the American administration," he said.

These countries are part of a first tour operated by the nationalist. Later travel to Colombia, Ecuador, Bolivia and Venezuela, according to party sources confirmed Earn Peru quoted by local daily 'The Trade'. "We have to build a Latin America regional problem solving rather than ideological issues, ideologies must be respected," said Humala told CNN.

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