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Peruvian Ambassador holds reception to mark National Day
November 4, 2018, 3:07 pm
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To commemorate the 197th anniversary of the Independence Day of Peru the country’s ambassador, H.E. Francisco Rivarola Rubio hosted a reception at the JW Marriot Hotel on 29 October. Assistant Foreign Minister for the Two Americas Ambassador Reem Al-Khaled was the chief guest at the function. In her address to the gathering, Ambassador Al-Khaled lauded the support extended by Peru towards the mediation efforts of His Highness the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah in the Gulf dispute.

Al-Khaled added that Kuwait also appreciates Peru’s stance toward issues in the Middle East, and praised the relations between Kuwait and Peru as exceptional. The diplomat mentioned that the two countries were working on signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on political consultations. Ambassador Al-Khaled affirmed that there has also been constant coordination in the Security Council between the Kuwait and Peru, since diplomatic relations was established 43 years ago.

Traditional Peruvian music and dances were showcased during the event to the delight of the audience.

In 1780, the great Rebellion of Túpac Amaru shook the foundation of Spanish colonial rule and spurred a series of rebellions over the next decades that eventually resulted in Peru achieving independence from Spain on 28 July, 1821 under the leadership of José de San Martin. Since independence, Peru has evolved into a modern democratic republic with a high level of human development and has become a leading travel destination in South America. Peruvian lands have been home to several ancient cultures. Though the best known is Machu Picchu, the Incan citadel,that attracts thousands of tourists each year, remnants of other pre-Columbian cultures that predate the Incas by millennia also draws visitors to Peru.

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