Sunday, July 10, 2011

Reading of the drop-by during a meeting with Peruvian President President-elect Humala

The White House

Office of the Press Secretary

This afternoon, President Obama fell by a meeting between national security advisor Tom Donilon and President-elect of Peru Ollanta Humala in the Roosevelt room.

The President again congratulated President elect Humala for his election victory and underlines the value of the long-standing relationship between the United States and Peru, a number of bilateral, regional and global problems.

The President and President elect Humala discussed the importance of coupling sound market-oriented economic policy with efforts to increase the economic and social inclusion, in the light of the considerable success of those countries in America, which have adopted such an approach.  President Obama underlines commitment to support similar efforts in Peru the United States.  The heads of State and Government have also the importance of deepening the United States and Peruvian cooperation on the environment, as well as comprehensive approaches to Counternarcotics cooperation and citizen security of raw material supply work.

You're about to President-elect Humala was accompanied by his wife Nadine Heredia; Peruvian Ambassador Luis Chuquihuara; and Peruvian Congressman of Daniel Abugattas.

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