November 28, 2022

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AMLO asks Peru’s president Pedro Castillo to cancel Pacific Alliance summit because they don’t give permission | Mexico | Peruvian Congress | the world

President of Mexico He announced on Monday that he was calling for the summit to be cancelled The Peruvian Congress does not approve the President’s visit to be held in your country Who should get the post of chairman of that organization?

Appointment is scheduled November 25 in Mexico City And the presidents of Chile, Gabriel Boric, and Colombia, Gustavo Pedro, have confirmed their presence, in addition to AMLO. The presidents of Ecuador, Guillermo Lasso, and Costa Rica, Rodrigo Chávez, who want to join the group, will participate.

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“They are likely to be canceled because the meeting of the countries of the Pacific Alliance did not give permission to attend with the president of Peru, and then we are going to postpone or look for another way.Am I the interim leader of the alliance or the temporary leader, the President of the country will be sworn in, so if he does not come, who will hand it over to?” Amlo In his Mannera broadcast daily on social networks.

He maintained that one of the ways the meeting could take place was to hold the meeting in Peru; He, however, said the plan needed to be consulted.

“We can have a meeting in Peru because I have to hand over the presidency Pedro Castillo. That may be an option, do it there, but I would have to advise. It is not acceptable to me to hold a meeting without the President who is supposed to take office”. revealed Amlo.

Amlo He said he would hold bilateral meetings with other leaders Pacific Alliance Visitors to Mexico.

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“I’m going to have bilateral meetings, if the president of Chile comes, the president of Costa Rica comes, the president of Honduras comes, but this meeting of the Pacific Alliance is not necessary”.

The Pacific Alliance was born as an economic and development initiative between four Latin American countries: Chile, Colombia, Mexico and Peru.