Within the framework of a ceremony held at the Naval Historical Museum of the Bolivian Navy, the Peruvian Navy area was inaugurated on October 31 in the Hall of the Navy.

The protocol act was chaired by Minister Jesús Ponce Bravo, Chargé d’Affaires at the Embassy of Peru in the Plurinational State of Bolivia and Vice Admiral Juan Arnez Salvador, General Commander of the Bolivian Navy, with the presence of the former Cadets of this country graduates from the Peruvian Naval School, military attaches and naval personnel from Bolivia.

During the ceremony, Captain Jurgens Dávila Alvarado, Naval Attaché of Peru in the Plurinational State of Bolivia, expressed that this gesture promotes historical exchange and strengthens the cultural and friendship ties between the Peruvian Navy and the Bolivian Navy.
Likewise, he highlighted the values ​​and heroism of Admiral Miguel Grau, as well as the process of modernization of surface and submarine units through the development of the Naval Industry in charge of the Industrial Service of the Navy.

Previously, the Peruvian naval officer delivered books, paintings of the Knight of the Seas, Combate Naval de Iquique, Combate Naval de Angamos, and surface units such as missile and multipurpose frigates, as well as the BAP “Unión”, scale replicas of the Huáscar monitor and underwater units.