Peru: Trump's wall 'doesn't make any sense' - President Kuczynski

Peruvian President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski said he will oppose the plans of US President-elect Donald Trump to build a US-Mexican border wall, speaking from Lima, Friday, saying that Peru honoured the idea of international freedom and that a 3,000 kilometre (1,900 mile) wall "doesn't make any sense."
Kuczynski said that countries in Latin America need to band together and to consider regional interests over national interests. He said, "Latin America is a massive continent. But in terms of its economic role in the world, is not big, only 8 percent of the world's economy. So that means that if we are dispersed and we are not big, we should join forces to be bigger, right?"
Trump declared on September 1 2016 as part of his presidential campaign, "I will build a great, great wall on our southern border, and I will make Mexico pay for that wall." Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto has since stated that paying for a wall is not part of Mexico's vision.