Gisela Ortiz: “Let Christmas be a place where all the families in the country come together” | Policy
Minister of Culture , Gisela OrtizJoined by members of the Council of Ministers, headed by Mirtha Vasquez, who sent congratulations on the occasion of the end of the year celebrations. The Mincul chief called on citizens to reflect on these dates in order to march “toward a country that is just for all.”
“Dialogue, unite, act responsibly and learn about our differences and cultural diversity to find common ground that leads us to work together. Let’s walk towards a just country for all. Christmas is hope. Ortiz said in a tweet on Twitter.
Through a statement from her portfolio, the culture minister also stated that she hopes “Christmas will be a place for all families in the country to come together”.
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“From the Ministry of Culture, my best wishes are that the light of the Christmas spirit shines in your homes and that peace and solidarity prevail as a living source of our being,” Ortiz-Perea added.
Mirtha Vasquez: “May these parties renew our hopes and our strength”
like the president of the republic Pedro Castillo, and other senior officials of the state, the Prime Minister, Mirtha VasquezCongratulations to all citizens in the framework of the end-of-year celebrations. The Prime Minister hopes that “hopes and strengths” will return for Christmas and New Year.
I hope that these parties renew our hopes and our strength. May solidarity and compassion be reborn in every home, with concern for our health and without the use of fireworks. Merry Christmas! Samiq Kawsai Cashon Navidadbe! K’uchi Yuriwi Alaxapacha Tatituna Wawapa! Apajui akinamu tsawanji! Vasquez Chuquilin said in a tweet.