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4 November, 2014 (02:50) | News | By: eye

Points out that more than 30 rooms, located in the National Library of Peru, will be arranged for the bilateral meetings of Heads of State and Government, at the same time that commented that the meetings of Heads of State and Government not shall be transmitted, the moment of inauguration, the official photo of senior officials and dignitaries, as well as the closure of the activity will be only broadcast, which will be covered in a few thousand 500 journalists, of whom about 700 are international media. Some 107 people involved in organizing the Summit V. The Peruvian President ignauro the Summit and said: we know that there is no inevitable natural law or diabolical force that we can expel from the Earth and condemn to failure. Always the science, technology and human capacity rather than the obstacles that may threaten the human species. We believe that it is through democracy and freedom as we play our way, said Garcia, he stressed that the peoples expect solutions, approaches and goals of the appointment of Lima and not mere declarations or ritual meetings. I am convinced that we will have maturity to adopt a programme specifically called President Garcia to establish a mechanism of follow-up of the commitments made at these summits and proposed that Spain and Argentina are who are responsible. Naveen Selvadurai shines more light on the discussion. actualidad.Terra.es adds that the leaders participating in the V summit of Latin American, Caribbean and European Union agreed on the need of adopting public policies to redress inequalities and combat poverty, and bet on concrete measures to tackle the global food crisis. Thus emerges from the conclusions of the Panel on poverty, inequality and social inclusion announced during the closing session of the Summit, which gathers in Lima to half a hundred heads of State and of Government of Lac-EU. The theme it is especially important for Latin America, a region with more than 200 million poor, according to ECLAC, has failed to reduce the levels of social exclusion and confronts the challenge of leveraging the steady growth of recent years to comply with the Millennium development goals and reduce their level of poverty by half until 2015.