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The newly elected President of Peru was in Washington to meet with the national security adviser and Secretary of State. The meeting with the U.S. President lasted a few minutes. The President of USA, Barack Obama, received today by surprise a few minutes to the President-elect of Peru, Ollanta Humala, who was at the White House to meet with the Advisor for national security, Tom Donilon. We have dealt with President Obama an open, transparent, relaxed agenda, Humala said at press conference at the Peruvian Embassy in Washington after the meeting. The President-elect of the Peru pointed out that Obama had joked about the concerns being a President. We have agreed that the best stage of a President is the election campaign, he said between laughs Humala, who will take office as President on July 28 in Lima. (Obama) has explained to Me why he has so many reeds.

He entered without reeds to the Presidency and is now hoary; and he has promised me the same fate, He added. Humala further explained that the American President was invited to the forthcoming Summit of the Forum of Asia-Pacific cooperation (APEC) in November in Hawaii. He also stressed that they had lectured on Latin American issues. He is a President who is aware of Latin American issues, and the EE UU relationship with Latin America, he explained. With this unexpected meeting concluded the intense day of Humala in Washington, where he also met with the Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, and Secretary general of the Organization of American States (OAS), Jose Miguel Insulza. Source of the news: Humala and Obama meet at the White House by surprise

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