MOSCOW (Sputnik) — President of Peru Pedro Kuczynski said Friday that Lima would oppose by all means US President-elect Donald Trump's idea to build a wall on the border with Mexico, including at the United Nations.
"I think that we will oppose by all means, including at the United Nations, if Trump decides to build the wall on the border with Mexico… We believe in international freedom and consider that everyone should have friendly relations with each other," Kuczynski told the RT broadcaster.
Trump won the 2016 election with 290 electoral votes to become successor of President Barack Obama. The US president-elect will take office at the inauguration on January 20. His Democratic rival Hillary Clinton received 232 votes despite winning the popular vote by a margin of over 200,000, according to CNN analysis.