According to the Antigua News Room, on Thursday, a meeting of the government cabinet was held to discuss the Summit, slated from June 6 to 10 in the US city of Los Angeles.
At the meeting, the head of Government maintained the decision to not participate in the Summit if the United States insists on not inviting all countries.
On May 9, Browne said that under these conditions, his country will not attend the Summit, a position shared by several leaders, countries and international organizations.
In the Caribbean region, several heads of Government disagreed with the White House’s decision, while the presidents of Mexico, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, and Bolivia, Luis Arce, confirmed that they would not attend the Summit.
Also on Thursday, Mexican Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrad published evidence that in Cuba’s case, shows that Washington’s behavior violates the legal bases of the Summit.