The National Day of Peru was celebrated on August 08, 2018, occasion when hundreds of guest were received by the ambassador of Peru in Brazil, Mr. Vicente Rojas Escalante, diplomats and embassy attachés for a major celebration.

From right: Minister Ricardo Silva-Santisteban, Ambassador of Peru, Mr. Vicente Rojas Escalante, Defense Attaché, Mr. Hebert Davila and Police Attaché, Coronel Eduardo Recavarren Ramírez

The guests were welcomed in the social halls and open air areas of the embassy. Between the invited guest were Brazilian government officials, ambassadors, diplomats, military, businessmen and members of the society of Brasilia.


Ambassador of Senegal, Mrs. Fatoumata Binetou Correa, and Ambassador of Mali, Mr. Mamadou Macki Traoré.

Military attachés from many countries were at the event

Ambassador of Cameroun, Mr. Martin Agbor Mbeng and Ambassador of Zambia, Mrs. Alfreda Chilekwa Kansembe Mwamba

Mr. Takashi Manabe, Minister of the Embassy of Japan

Mr. John Peter and Mrs. Tina Peter from the Democratic Republic of the Congo

Mr. Jacques Bezençon, General Manager of Melia Brasília Hotel and his wife. (Click here to know Melia Brasília Hotel.)

The ambassador of Peru, Mr. Vicente Rojas Escalante, gave a greeting speech thanking all the guests for the presence in the event. After his speech, the representative of Brazilian government in the event, General Secretary of Brazilian Foreign Affairs Ministry, Ambassador Marcos Galvão, gave a speech congratulating the ambassador and highlighting the strong relations of Brazil and Peru. Following the speeches, all guests watched the exhibition of a video of the Brazilian tennis player Gustavo Kuerten congratulating Peru on the passage of its national date.

Ambassador of Peru, Mr. Vicente Rojas Escalante, highlighted the growing relations of Peru and Brazil

The General Secretary of Brazilian Foreign Affairs Ministry, Ambassador Marcos Galvão, represented the Brazilian Government and gave a speech congratulating the ambassador of Peru and the diplomats and attaches of the embassy for the important date.

The famous Brazilian tennis player Gustavo Kuerten (Guga) congratulated Peru for its National Day on a video presented at the event

The guests also attended a beautiful presentation of a children’s choir, which, with a lot of talent, sang the national anthems of Brazil and Peru.



The guests then fraternized with the diplomats and members of the Peruvian community in Brasília and all greeted the ambassador Vicente Rojas Escalante for the beautiful celebration.


THE GUIDE congratulates the Peruvian Embassy on the passage of its national date!

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