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UNCTAD strengthens cooperation with Peru

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 UNCTAD Secretary-General Rebeca Grynspan held cooperation talks with President Pedro Castillo of Peru, ministers and senior government officials during her official visit to the country on 11 and 12 July. She signed letters of intent that will ramp up technical cooperation activities between UNCTAD and Peru, helping the country tackle development challenges.Ms. Grynspan said stronger international cooperation is needed now more than ever to advance the development agenda in the face of multiple global crises such as the COVID-19 pandemic, climate change and the war in Ukraine.She noted that the recovery from the pandemic has been uneven, increasing inequalities in the world, between developed and developing countries and within each country.With increased cooperation, UNCTAD will support Peru in various areas related to trade and development as the country implements programmes to boost its recovery from COVID-19 and enhance its resilience to shocks.For example, UNCTAD will conduct an eTrade readiness assessment to help the country’s e-commerce ecosystem better adapt to the consequences of the pandemic. Peru will be the first beneficiary of the programme in Latin America and the Caribbean.Ms. Grynspan also held consultations with representatives of UN entities in Peru and other stakeholders on how to deepen cooperation to better serve the people in the country.

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