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On Wednesday, the Peruvian President led the creation of a commission on food assistance for vulnerable areas.
Peru's President, Pedro Castillo, led the establishment of a multisectoral commission on Wednesday. This commission has as its primary objective to propose and provide food assistance to help the population in sensitive situations, including the Citizen Initiatives for Temporary Food Support (ICAAT).
The event was held in Lima's Tupac Amaru Hall of the Government Palace. During the session, the Peruvian head of state thanked Parliament members for rejecting the impeachment motion against him during the session.
He noted that this "has laid the foundations of the democratic space." Castillo also noted some measures to be taken to manage the rise in fuel prices across the country.
The President said that the project measures are intended to ease the consequences of rising oil prices at the international level.
�� En vivo | El presidente @PedroCastilloTe, junto con ministros de Estado, lidera la instalación de la Comisión Multisectorial encargada de proponer acciones para la atención alimentaria de la población más vulnerable.https://t.co/4ByPIC43Up