Mexico.- Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard warned that there would not be a “new era” in relations between the United States and Latin America if countries were excluded from the US summit.If Cuba, Venezuela and Nicaragua are not invited, support AMLO’s stance not to participate in the program.
Through his official Twitter account, Marcelo Ebrard said that If the United States Maintains Exclusion Some countries at the US summit it would be “more of the same” And relations with Latin America will not reach a new stage.
,This cannot be ruled out and at the same time seeks a new era in US relations with Latin America., If the boycott continues, it is the same, past versus future that has dawned upon us and calls for the union of America. You have to choose Mexico proposes to proceed,” wrote AMLO. Ebraard in support of,
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The Secretary of Foreign Affairs (SRE) recalled that many of those who today criticized President Andrés Manuel López Obrador for refusing to attend the US summit if the United States does not invite all countries , so he observed Barack Obama’s invitation to Raul Castro in 2015,
For this reason, he insisted that the President of Mexico proposes to resume the path started by Obama, because the blockades and sanctions imposed by the United States on Cuba “only bring suffering to the people.” “
,President Lopez Obrador proposes to return to the path started by Obama and has since been closed. Blockades and restrictions only hurt people, not democracy. Those who criticize us today know this,” insisted Marcelo Ebrard.
In another tweet, the Mexican Foreign Minister recalled that Agreement to invite Cuba The US Sixth Summit established “has not been amended” and would require consultations to do so.
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To substantiate his arguments, he showed the statement issued by the Summit of the Americas in 2012, where then-President of Colombia, Juan Manuel Santos Calderón, emphasized that most countries support Cuba’s participation, which is contrary to reality. As was done in 2015.
“Most countries support Cuba’s participation in the summit of the US process and have vowed to make this objective a reality by the next summit,” the statement from the former Colombian president said.
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