“Evo is very real”; AMLO receives him at the National Palace

President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador R.Retrieved this afternoon Evo Morales, Former President of Bolivia, in National Palace. After about two hours of meeting, Morales left the historic site without making a historical statement.

On his Twitter account, the president Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador He released a photo of the meeting with the former Bolivian president, who he described as “the most genuine representative of the original peoples of Latin America and the Caribbean”.

“We spoke with Evo Morales, a loyal leader of the Bolivian people and the most genuine representative of the original peoples of Latin America and the Caribbean,” he wrote on social media.

The Chancellor also attended the meeting Marcelo Ephraim, And Adam Augusto Lopez Hernandez, Secretary of State (Chekhob)

In an interview with the media on his way out of the National Palace, Secretary of State (SRE) Marcelo Efrat Casabone promised a “good talk” between President Lopez Obrador and Evo Morales, who had sought refuge in Mexico. At the end of 2019 after the coup in his country.

The Foreign Minister announced that he would visit the country next November.

“This is a good speech, congratulations Mexico should be thankful for the support it has given him, so comment on what they are doing in Bolivia, especially the most important social progress they see in Mexico as a reference point, the many reactions, the social projects Mexico is taking out

“It was a very interesting conversation because Mexico shows the weight gained in Latin America and especially in Bolivia,” he said.

The head of foreign relations, Evo Morales, announced that he had been invited to Bolivia, for which he had announced that he would be visiting that South American country next November, and that he had invited President Lopez Obrador to let him know that it was difficult at that time.

“Did he comment that some political and educational activity here could be reversed?” He was asked.

“Not in a short time. He did not comment on it today. And what, he invited me to Bolivia. I’m going to Bolivia in November.”

“The president was also invited. Will the president go? Did he tell you anything?” He continued.

“He said he loved it so much, but now he’s so hard to get out, but one day we can definitely do it.”

Ephraim Casabone said the issue of lithium exploitation was not discussed at the meeting.

“Did the President make any kind of expression towards Evo?”

“Well, the movement, the struggle they gave, all these years we value so much for achieving what they have achieved. Lesson: If you are loyal to the people who elected you, how the movement is going, as a person, that support will continue. “

“How is the leader of his tears?”

“He commented on it now and I think it will be okay by tomorrow,” he commented before retiring.

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