Peru’s Premier Pedro Cateriano and the minister of Agriculture, Juan Benites, are scheduled to be in southeastern Peru today, for talks with members of the farmers’ federation of the Apurimac and Ene valleys, Fepavrae. Talks, which were interrupted in November last year, are focused on the government’s program to reduce or eradicate […]
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