The Pacific Alliance, formally formed 10 years ago, claims to be the “eighth economic power and the eighth export power in the world”.
Chilean Presidents, Gabriel Boric, From Colombia, Gustavo Petro, and from Ecuador, Guillermo Lasso, will attend the summit of the Pacific Alliance, which Mexico will host in late November, the Mexican president reported this Friday, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador (AMLO).
“Yes, President Boric is coming, President Petro is coming, President Lasso is coming from Ecuador”He hinted at his morning press conference.
The Mexican President confirmed that the meeting of the trade bloc will take place on November 25 in Oaxaca, a state in southern Mexico.
“We are going to hold a meeting of the presidents of the Pacific (coalition) in Oaxaca and now we are presiding, I am the chairman of this group,” he noted.
Although the Pacific Alliance is made up of Mexico, Peru, Chile and Colombia, the Mexican President Condoled the political crisis preventing the departure of Peruvian President Pedro Castillo.
“We want Pedro Castillo to come because I have to hand him the presidency, it’s from Peru, so the last time the Peruvian Congress didn’t allow him to go, I think it would be with all due respect to his policies. , It was a mistake that they didn’t let him go.”he said.
The Mexican ruler took this opportunity to wish that “reconciliation and democracy be accepted in Peru”, where “President Pedro Castillo won the democratic election, but he would not let that happen, it takes a while and They are troubling him.”
The Pacific Alliance, formally formed 10 years ago, claims to be “The Eighth Economic Power and the Eighth Export Power in the World”Latin America represents 41% of gross domestic product (GDP) and attracts 38% of foreign direct investment.
López Obrador also reiterated the presence of the President of Ecuador and the President of Costa Rica, Rodrigo Chaves, whose presence was confirmed during a meeting of the Ministers of Foreign, Trade and Economy of the Pacific Alliance in the Mexican capital on Thursday.
The President of Mexico expressed his The intention to integrate the two countries into the trade blocAlthough last month he indicated that he maintains a disagreement with Ecuador on issues such as tuna, shrimp and bananas to close a treaty that would allow them to enter the bloc.
“I was talking about President Lasso of Ecuador, he is not a member yet, We want it to join the Pacific Alliance.”He held now.