In this sense, the Peruvian leader said to local media: "We are the government of dialogue and understanding. If we have to talk on the road, we will do it".
Previously, the Chief Executive urged the demonstrators to unblock the highways. In line with this, Castillo called on them to stop this attitude, stating that the most harmed is the community.
On the other hand, the heavy load carriers continue their protests even though the President of the Council of Ministers, Aníbal Torres, announced a possible agreement that favors both parties.
Through Peru, in the past three days, transport workers have declared an indefinite strike, closing roads and highways to make their demands heard. There have been violent confrontations with police, as some call for a general strike. https://t.co/geWZ47tr4Kpic.twitter.com/uuRmR4vE0a
The Ministry of Agrarian Development and Irrigation (Midagri) called on transport and agricultural workers to continue with the dialogue with the government. The ministry said: "We ask our brothers from agriculture, livestock, irrigation and transport boards to work and dialogue with our different representatives, sent to work tables in the regions of our Peru, to listen to them and reach agreements and solutions for the good of our people."
However, some heavy load truck protesters have declared that the strike will continue until their demands have been heard, evaluated and implemented by the corresponding authorities.