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martes, 30 de septiembre de 2014

La disputa marítima entre Chile y Perú en la ONU.

http://www.andina.com.pe/ingles/noticia-peru-chile-to-submit-maritime-boundary-coordinates-to-un-525188.aspx?utm_source=Active+Subscribers&utm_campaign=64be102d0e-MR_093014&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_35c49cbd51-64be102d0e-64063349


Peru, Chile to submit maritime boundary coordinates to UN.





 New York, Sep. 28. Foreign ministers of Peru and Chile, Gonzalo Gutiérrez and Heraldo Muñoz, respectively, met in NY on the sidelines of the 69th UN General Assembly, and agreed to jointly submit the maritime boundary coordinates -established by the International Court of Justice in The Hague- to the said intergovernmental organization.

According to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the presentation and registration of coordinates will be undertaken once completed the internal procedures to adapt each country’s law to the Hague Court’s decision.

Several aspects of the bilateral agenda were discussed during the working session, held at the initiative of the two foreign ministries; besides, the parties agreed to speed up a number of bilateral mechanisms for cooperation and consultation.

Likewise, the two government officials attempt to channel various matters of mutual interest such as border issues through diplomatic dialogue, that is, by dealing directly with the foreign ministry of the other country.

This was the last meeting as part of a week long visit to New York by Peru’s official delegation, headed by President Ollanta Humala.

While in New York, the head of the Peruvian state attended a reception hosted by UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon and met with his French counterpart François Hollande.



These meetings were held in preparation for the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP20) that the Andean country will host from 1 to 12 December 2014 in Lima.

In addition, the Peruvian leader had bilateral meetings with the head of States of Costa Rica, Luis Guillermo Solis, and Honduras, Juan Orlando Hernandez; as well as with Jordan's King Abdullah al Hussein, on the margins of the UN international climate summit.

Mr. Humala also took part in the First Bloomberg Latin American Forum – Hosting the Pacific Alliance along with his Pacific Alliance counterparts from Colombia, Chile and Mexico, to report on the achievements made by the Pacific Alliance after the first three years of its establishment.

On the other hand, within the framework of the said summit, Germany and Norway agreed to support Peru’s efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from deforestation and forest degradation in the Peruvian Amazon.

The partnership was launched at a press conference held jointly by the President Humala; the Prime Minister of Norway, Erna Solberg; and the German Minister for the Environment, Barbara Hendricks.

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