Quito, Jun 23 (Prensa Latina) President-elect of Peru, Ollanta Humala, and Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa will hold their first meeting on June 28, an official source said.
According public news agency Andes, Humala is scheduled to arrive in Quito at 13:00 local time that day and meet immediately with Correa in a work lunch “on an open agenda” at Carondelet Palace.
Ecuadorian Ambassador to Lima Diego Ribadeneira provided details of the agenda, in which the leader of Gana Peru will meet with secretary of the Union of South American Nations (Unasur), Maria Emma Mejia.
On the night of June 28 Humala will leave for Bogota, Colombia, as part of his tour, also including a visit to Venezuela.
Rivadeneira informed that Correa confirmed its attendance to Humalaâ�Ös inauguration on July 28.
Ecuador and Peru have joint projects to develop their border areas boosted by Alan Garcia and Rafael Correa through periodic joint cabinet meetings.