On January 28th, the Ambassador of Peru in Romania, José Antonio Arróspide-del-Busto, paid a visit to the Mayor of Timisoara, Mr. Nicolae Robu, and the Regional Council of Timis.
At those meetings, the Ambassador of Peru highlighted the economic dynamism of Peru and trade opportunities that we are offered by the Multiparty Agreement with the European Union and the prospects of collaboration in the field of culture and education.
Timişoara is twinned with the city of Trujillo and many Peruvian scholars are attending the local university.
Local authorities have explained the peculiarities of the regional economy (the second most important after Bucharest, focused on the automotive industry), organization of public education including learning of minority languages such as Serbian, German and Hungarian, the quality of the Polytechnic University of Timisoara and intense cultural life that has come to integrate short list of cities competing for the designation of European capital of culture in 2021.
The Ambassador of Peru invited personally the authorities to the opening ceremony of Qhapaq Nan photo exhibition, the Great Inca Road, which will be open on January 28thand will last until February 17th of 2016 at Helios gallery, located in the historic center of Timisoara.
In both visits, the Ambassador of Peru was accompanied by Minister Luis Castro Joo and Honorary Consul of Peru in Timişoara, Rufino Delgado Montenegro.