President Andres Manuel lopez obrador claimed to be apride buzzer“, that he Peruvian government is named persona non grata’ to the ambassador Paul Monroewho arrived in Mexico on Thursday night to defend the fundamentals of Mexican foreign policy.
at the morning meeting held in Sundar Villain the state tabasco, lopez obrador accepted the steps taken by monroe conesa, Present in the ‘morning’ during the current political crisis in the territory of Peru.
“It is a sign of pride to represent Mexico in the event of a conflict and to uphold the principle of the right to asylum, to protect those who are persecuted, to protect those who are in danger, to protect their human rights.” It is characteristic and we have said it many times, and it is what is most known about foreign policy in Mexico and around the world,” he said.
“Mexico’s always consistent attitude, in guaranteeing protection and refuge to those persecuted in different countries of the world, is a tradition that has been going on for many years,” he said.
It is a matter of pride that our ambassador has been declared persona non grata for carrying out a mission to save lives and to assert our best foreign policy, which is the right of asylum.
Ambassador Monroe Conesa thanked the Mexican President’s words and said the objectives had been met during the political crisis in Peru: to ensure the safety and well-being of Mexicans and to honor Mexico’s long tradition of sheltering the family. Former Peruvian President Pedro Castillo, who is in custody.
President Castil0 requested asylum and was deported to Mexico, but was captured before he could reach the embassy, but we were able to bring his family to safety: Mrs. Lilia Paredes and two children. He entered Government House on Thursday, 8 December and was safe and sound.”
Last Tuesday, the Peruvian government declared ambassador Pablo Monroe persona personae and gave him 72 hours to leave the Andean country in response to “interference” by Mexican “higher authorities”.
“I report that the Peruvian government has declared the Mexican ambassador to Peru, Pablo Monroe, persona non grata, because of repeated expressions from the highest authorities of that country (…) that constitute interference in our internal affairs.” do and are in violation of the principle of non-intervention”, said the Peruvian Foreign Minister Ana Cecilia Gervasi in a statement.
Last Thursday, Peru’s foreign ministry conveyed its disapproval to Mexican ambassador Monro, perceiving the expression of Mexican officials as “interference in internal affairs”, a day after former Peruvian president Pedro Castillo attempted a coup d’état. Did. état and request asylum in Mexico.
With information from Lopez-Doriga Digital