The Secretary General of the Presidential Office, Carlos Jaico, met privately, and under absolute confidentiality, with representatives of the Spanish multinational Repsol, a company that is in charge of the La Pampilla refinery and accused of the spill of more than 6,000 barrels of oil off the sea of Ventanilla.
According to Latina, the meeting between the right arm of the president peter castle and officials of Repsol It was raised last Monday, January 24. They added that the meeting place would have been the Spanish embassy, located in the district of San Isidro.
Likewise, it was pointed out that the head of state was unaware of the meeting between his secretary and representatives of the company that is accused of being responsible for the damage to the ecosystem, productive activities of fishermen and small businessmen, as a result of the oil spill.
On Tuesday, January 25, the Spanish ambassador Alejandro Alvargonzález met at the Government Palace with peter castle and the head of the Ministerial Cabinet, Mirtha Vasquez. It is in this meeting that the European diplomat would have revealed to the president the appointment between Carlos Jaico and representatives of Repsol.
As recalled, on January 15 a crude oil spill was reported in the Ventanilla sea, which the company Repsol Allegedly, it occurs after the strong waves caused by the eruption in Tonga, Oceania. The oil slick extends along the coast of Ventanilla and has reached towns such as Ancón and Chancay, where there is a negative impact on marine flora and fauna.
Due to this fact, the Power of attorney announced that this Friday the 28th, at 8:00 am, the decision will be issued on the request for an 18-month exit impediment against the general manager of the refinery The Pampilla, Jaime Fernández-Cuesta, and officials Renzo Tejada, Gísela Posadas and José Reyes.