The President of the United States, Joe Biden, sent a document to the Peruvian Head of State, in which he is invited to the IX Summit of the Americas, to discuss the challenges and opportunities regarding climate change.
On May 18, the President of the United States, Joe Biden, sent a letter of invitation to President Pedro Castillo Terrones, for him to attend the IX Summit of the Americas, where the issue of sustainability and improvements for face climate change, along with other heads of state.
“It is a pleasure for me to invite you to Los Angeles, California, from June 8 to 10, 2022, for the Ninth Summit of the Americas, where the democratically elected Heads of State and Government of the hemisphere will promote our shared goal to “Build a sustainable, resilient, and fair future” for our hemisphere,” the official note states.
Joe Biden adds that the meeting will discuss the commitments assumed as a region such as “economic prosperity, security, human rights and dignity for the peoples of the Western Hemisphere.” Likewise, he stated that the challenges and opportunities regarding climate change, fair recovery, and health security will be faced.
“I am confident that this Ninth Summit of the Americas will serve as an opportunity to advance on the greatest challenges in our region and work together towards our shared goals. We look forward to your participation and welcome you to the beautiful City of Los Angeles in June,” said the US president.
After receiving the invitation from Joe Biden, President Pedro Castillo asked the Congress of the Republic for authorization to travel to the United States from June 7 to 12 to take part in the IX Summit of the Americas.
“The IX Summit of the Americas will be held under the slogan ‘building a sustainable, resilient, and fair future’. As the host country, the United States of America has proposed to the membership the discussion and adoption of five commitments: Plan of Action on Health and Resilience in the Americas; Our Green Future; Accelerating the Transition to Clean Energy; Regional Agenda for Digital Transformation; Inter-American Plan of Action on Democratic Governance.”
They included the aforementioned request in the agenda of the sessions of the plenary session of Congress that will take place on Wednesday, June 1 and Thursday, June 2.