Felipe de Borbón, Prince of Asturias, said Peru and Spain have a “fruitful relationship”, especially in these last years.
The prince expressed his gratitude for the warm welcoming him and his wife, Princess Letizia, have received so far since their arrival to Lima last night. “For us it is a matter of pride and gratitude that we have been received in such a way,” he said, reaffirming that the bilateral relationship between Spain and Peru will consolidate.
The royal couple visited Peru’s Congress today, as part of their official visit.
During his visit, Felipe de Borbón made emphasis on the special interest of Spanish entrepreneurs to invest in Peru.
“Spain is the first donor in cooperation and aide to Peru, not only because there is a state to state help, but also a lot of social support,” he said.
Prince Felipe met Peru’s president, Alan García, this morning. Parallel to this meeting, Princess Letizia was hosted by the president’s daughter, Josefina García Nores.
text from: livinginperu.com