Mexico City. – President Amlo thanked the governments of Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, Belize and Cubafor the care received during Travel Done from 5 to 8 May by the countries mentioned.
Upon his return to Mexico, and leading from the National Palace to La Maneira this 9 May, the President of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, highlighted the treatment he had received during the tour. Central America and CubaHe recognized the officials as well as the citizens of each country.
“We would like to express our gratitude to the people and governments of Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Belize and Cuba for the respectful treatment, I would say affectionate, affectionate, that they showed us,” he said. President Mexican.
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Andrew Manuel He assured that the attention shown abroad is not only for the state, but also because of the affection that Central American countries have for Mexicans.
“We know it’s not just about the Mexican government, it’s about our neighbors’ affection and respect for the people of Mexico, so they treated us very well,” he said.
The president recalled that part of his visit to Central American countries was to oversee the implementation of social programs that were copied from his programs implemented in Mexico.
Similarly, he highlighted the announcement made on the first day of his tour GuatemalaWhere Guatemalan workers residing in the country will be registered with the Mexican Institute of Social Security, specifically migrants who work in agriculture on Mexico’s southern border.
“There we are implementing the Sembrando Vida program, the Youth Building the Future Program, and we are taking action to benefit the fraternal people of Central America. I emphasize that in the case of Guatemala, about 30,000 Agricultural workers who work in Chiapas are already registered with Social Security, ”he said.
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Amlo He returned to Mexico City on the night of May 8, flying from Havana, Cuba, where he concluded his first tour as President of Spanish-speaking countries.