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Bolivia and Peru Commit to Integration and Development

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Bolivia and Peru Commit to Integration and Development

La Paz, Oct 30 (Prensa Latina) In the context of the VI Binational Ministerial Cabinet, delegations from Bolivia and Peru began working meetings here Friday in 18 thematic tables that seek to reach 107 commitments.
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The event will conclude this Saturday with the meeting between the Peruvian presidents, Pedro Castillo, and the Bolivian, Luis Arce.

The Vice Minister of Institutional and Consular Management, Eva Chuquimia, said in an interview offered to Red Patria Nueva that on this day the final reports of the four central aspects contained in the bilateral agenda will be reviewed.

These are environment and transboundary water resources; security and defense; economic development, social policies and institutional strengthening; infrastructure for integration and development.

Chuquimia reported that the Peruvian delegation is made up of more than 50 members of the Castillo government, who will arrive in Bolivia on the morning of October 30.

She explained that the axis of environment and transboundary water resources has four tables: Management of water resources in the Lake Titicaca-Río Desaguadero-Lake Poopó-Salar de Coipasa System, and Conservation and environmental recovery of Lake Titicaca and its Biological diversity. The other two will focus on forest resources, wildlife and protected natural areas, and the preservation of the environment and remediation of environmental damage caused by mining activity.

The security and defense point has five tables distributed in cooperation in the fight against illicit drug trafficking and money laundering.

To this is added the collaboration in matters of security, defense, disaster risk management and judicial.

The third axis has a table that will focus its analysis on economic development.

The infrastructure for integration and development has five working groups that include energy integration, customs, border and telecommunications.

In the two-day meeting, the signing of a declaration and political and diplomatic agreements at the highest level, as well as treaties and agreements, is expected, according to the media.


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