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  • (May 26) This event was also the official launch of "Entrepreneurs in action 2015", a series of training workshops in business and technology management, sponsored by WEConnect Internationaol, Commission for the Promotion of Exports and Tourism of the Peruvian Ministry of Trade and Tourism (PROMPERU), and the U.S. Embassy.

    Ambassador Brian A. Nichols emphasized the effort and success of Peruvian women during the meeting of entrepreneurs of WEConnect international network.

  • (May 26)Perales stated that a few months ago Peru subscribed a Letter of Intention with the USGOV to initiate negotiations about this program of trusted traveler.  Perales explained that this program requires a biometric passport.

    In an exclusive interview with Peruvian daily Gestion, Asssistant Secretary for the Private Sector within the Office of Policy at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security Jose Raul Perales explained about "Global Entry Program"

  • On May, 20th, INL Director Alberto Rodriguez joined Peruvian National Police (PNP) counterparts at a ceremony to donate four vehicles and four motorcycles to support security and counter-drug operations conducted by police stations of the Callao Region “Juan Ingunza Valdivia” and “Pachacutec.”  The donation was celebrated by police authorities and the community of Callao. This $137,000 donation is part of INL’s broader support to the PNP’s community policing efforts under the Model Police Station program, and to its citizen safety and counter-narcotics mission.

    INL donates Vehicles and Motorcycles in support of Peruvian National Police to support security and counter-drug operations conducted by police stations of the Callao Region “Juan Ingunza Valdivia” and “Pachacutec.”

  • (May 15) To that end, U.S. will reinforce training Peruvian judges and officials on fundamental issues related to crime and financial investigation and oral litigation techniques, as well as investigation of cyber and environmental crime.  In addition, both authorities agreed on the purpose of starting new projects of cooperation aimed at the fight against corruption and the strengthening of the predictability and legal protection in Peru.  The interest of the Judiciary and the U.S. to continue to work on key issues such as the implementation of the New Criminal Procedure Code, approach of justice to citizens through a simple judicial language, among others was also reconfirmed.  It should be emphasized that the strong support of the U.S. cooperation through USAID and INL, has allowed the Judiciary to important achievements in three key areas: institutional strengthening for a better service of justice, promotion of transparency and the fight against corruption, and greater access to justice to all citizens.

    Ambassador Brian A. Nichols visited the President of the Judiciary Víctor Ticona to express the U.S. commitment to strengthen cooperation in the fight against organized crimes such as narcotrafficking, money laundering and trafficking in persons

  • (May 14) Known for producing the best potatoes in the United States according to Americans, Idaho shares with Peru the tradition of potatoe cultivation.  During the visit to CIP, the Idaho trade mission could learn more about the production and research of potatoes in Peru.

    Trade mission led by Idaho Governor C.L. Otter visited the International Potato Centre (CIP), accompanied by U.S. Ambassador Brian A. Nichols

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