Photo: Casa de S.M. el Rey
The Diplomat. 15/11/2018
King Felipe VI concluded yesterday his state trip to Peru with a visit to the Technical Office of Cooperation of the Embassy of Spain, where he met with personalities and institutional representatives involved in the commemoration of the bicentennial of the South American country’s independence.
Later, the monarch visited the facilities of the Repsol La Pampilla refinery, the most important in the country and acquired by the company in 1996.
Accompanied by the president of Peru, Martín Alberto Vizcarra, and the president of Repsol, Antonio Brufau, Felipe VI toured the facilities and attended to the explanations given by the executive director of Repsol in Peru about the refinery and its low sulfur gasoline module. Finally, Don Felipe discovered a commemorative plaque.
At the end of his three-day visit to Peru, the King traveled yesterday to La Antigua (Guatemala) to attend the XXVI Ibero-American Summit of Heads of State and Government.