Mexican State Leader Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said that the USA will not attend the “America Summit”, which will be held on June 6-10, on the grounds that not all Latin American countries are invited, but in July, a meeting will be held at the White House with US Leader Joe Biden. .
Lopez Obrador stated that the Minister of Foreign Affairs Marcelo Ebrard will represent Mexico at the top and said, “I would like to inform the Mexican people that I will not attend the summit. I am not going to the top because all the countries of America are not invited and I believe that the policy that has been imposed for centuries should be changed. Exclusion, the desire to dominate without reason. .. The sovereignty of countries, the independence of each country should be respected,” he said.
Noting that the date of the meeting with Biden was confirmed by a US official, Obrador said, “I want to talk to him about the integration of all of America, including inflation and immigration bets.”
In its statement on May 2, the US State Department announced that Cuba, Nicaragua and Venezuela would not invite these countries to the Americas Summit, on the grounds that they did not respect democracy.
COUNTRIES TO PARTICIPATE IN THE SUMMIT
the countries that will participate in the summit at the state leader level; Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Chile, Canada, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Dominican Republic and Uruguay have been reported.
COUNTRIES THAT REFUSE TO ATTEND THE INVITATION
Honduran President Xiomara Castro, in a post on his Twitter account on May 28, stated that he would not participate in the summit and used the phrase “If all American countries without exception are invited, we will participate”.
Bolivian State Leader Luis Arce Catacora, Guatemalan President Alejandro Giammattei and El Salvador President Nayib Bukele also announced that they would not attend the summit on the grounds that not all countries were invited.