On Thursday, October 13, Peru's president, Pedro Castillo, pledged to "openly combat" deforestation in the Andean country through a series of actions with the participation of his government, the private sector, producers' organizations, and native communities.
The president's pronouncement was made in the framework of the celebration of the global meeting for the Climate, the Amazon, and the Tropical Forests, which took place in the northern region of San Martin between October 10 and 13 to promote the exchange of experiences in favor of the environment.
The four-day event, which took place in the cities of Moyobamba . . .