Ricardo Monreal Avilaparty coordinator National Uplift Movement in the Senate (Morena), declared that the government of the President Andres Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) should not cause disagreement with America, And even less to move away from the neighboring country at a time when economic difficulties are experienced and amid the health emergency that is being experienced due to the pandemic. COVID-19.
also the chairman of Political Coordination Board (Jukopo), in an interview in the Upper House, mentions recent visits to Mexico by the Presidents of Cuba and Venezuela, Miguel Diaz-Canel and Nicolas Maduro, respectively.
Monreal Avila said that the government of Mexico did the right thing within the framework of the meeting with the large convocations of Latin American countries. Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC)handjob Well, he said, “Mexico is leading a great effort in this part of the continent.”
He mentioned, however, that there was no need to fight with anyone, much less than the United States. “We believe that we should not turn away from the United States, especially in these difficult economic times and the presence of an unprecedented health emergency. I believe that the Good Neighbor should remain and uphold the principles of foreign policy ,” said Monreal.
He also argued that one should not be surprised by the defense posture of Cuba that President López Obrador assumed, because this is what he maintained over the years, when he was a political leader, ex-candidate and presidential candidate of the Republic, as he always had an idea about democratic life and freedom. has generated. Self-determination of towns. The Morenoist senator insisted that there should be no disagreement with the United States.
“I agree that we should not create a situation of encounter or disagreement with the United States, I believe, that our main connection to our commercial society, to the millions of Mexicans living in the United States, is history. Through this, we must maintain a harmonious relationship with the United States, not of subjugation, but of an institutional balance and a political harmony that does not alter our relations”.
Monreal Avila insisted that the visits of the Presidents of Cuba and Venezuela Mexico will be analyzed with the holder of Foreign Relations Secretary, Marcelo Ebrard Casabon, when he appears before the plenary session of the Senate of the Republic next week.
And that’s the peak of last Saturday Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC) at the President’s residence Andres Manuel López Obrador, National Palace. NS Celac It is an intergovernmental mechanism for dialogue and political settlement, and its membership includes the 33 countries that make up Latin America and the Caribbean.
One of the most controversial guests at Selec was Venezuelan dictator Nicolas Maduro, who arrived in Mexico City on Friday night. In Selac, there were some differences between Maduro and the President of Paraguay Mario Abdo Benitez, who said that his presence in Selec did not represent the government’s recognition of the dictator of Venezuela.
“My presence at this summit” It does not in any sense or circumstance represent the recognition of the government of Mr. Nicolas Maduro. There has been no change in my government and I think the gentlemen have a say from the front,” Benitez said in his speech.
for his partLuis Lacalle, President of Uruguay, He added that attending the summit does not mean being complacent with countries that did not have full democracy. “Repressive mechanisms are used to quell protests when opponents are imprisoned,” he said.
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