The President met with the King of Jordan and called “to built strategies” in the ASPA Summit in Peru
October 2, 2012
The president of Peru, Ollanta Humalla, began with the traditional greeting with the leaders and official international representatives who came to this country to participate in the bi-regional forum.
At the end of the greeting the inauguration of the Third Summit of ASPA took place at the National Grand Theater, located in the local culture ministry, which exposed the president of the Arab Summit, Hshyar Zabari, the president of Brazil, on behalf of the Regional coordination Dilma Rousseff, Secretary General of the Arab League, Nabil El Arby, and the host president, Ollanta Humalla.
The President was the third speaker of the session, after the King of Jordan, Abdullah Bin Al-Hussein, and the president of Ecuador, Rafael Correa.
Cristina Fernandez called “build strategies that promote economic and political articulation ‘South-South’, and that would sustain the development and growth with social inclusion”, at the Summit of South American and Arab Countries (ASPA) developed in Lima.
The conflict over the sovereignty of the Malvinas, Cristina turned to acknowledge the support of Arab countries and criticized that countries with permanent seats on the Security Council that “have privilege” and can “systematically violating all resolutions,” referring to the refusal of Britain’s sit down and talk.