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Venezuela welcomes Mexico’s stance against Summit of the Americas

Venezuela welcomes Mexico’s stance against Summit of the Americas

Caracas, May 18 (Prensa Latina) Venezuelan Foreign Minister Carlos Faria on Wednesday welcomed the position taken by Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador against the organization of an exclusive Summit of the Americas.
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On his Twitter account, the head of State highlighted the insistent calls made to the Government of the United States to hold a regional meeting without any country’s exclusion for political reasons.

“Venezuela welcomes and appreciates the courageous stance by President Lopez Obrador, who speaks out for a diverse and inclusive America. His call for a Summit of the Americas without exclusions resounds in our America,” the foreign minister noted.

The Mexican president reiterated on Wednesday that the Summit of the Americas, scheduled for June 6-10 in Los Angeles, might help initiate a new policy between the United States and Latin America.

During his daily morning press conference, Lopez Obrador stressed that this moment should not be characterized by hegemony, the predominance of interference and impositions, but by relations of friendship, cooperation and unity of the peoples.

Since the publication of the call for a regional meeting, the Mexican president was the first dignitary to reject the deliberate exclusion of Cuba, Venezuela and Nicaragua.

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