President Guillermo Lasso concludes his tour of Mexico Politics | News

He met with his associate Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador and major Mexican businessmen.

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Ecuadorian President Guillermo Lasso left for his home country this Thursday after a four-day tour of Mexico, where he met with his colleague Andres Manuel Lpez Obrador and prominent Mexican businessmen.

“See you soon, President Guillermo Lasso! We will continue to work together to promote cooperation programs in strategic areas and strengthen our relationship,” Maximiliano Reyes, Mexican Undersecretary for Latin America and the Caribbean, said on Twitter.

The President of Ecuador departed from the airport in the Mexican capital with his wife Maria de Lourdes Alcoa.

The key to Mexico’s independence Lasso arrived in Mexico on Monday, invited by Lopez Obrador to attend the 200th anniversary of the signing of the C கோrdoba Accords.

The event took place in Veracruz on Tuesday, after which the two presidents held a private meeting to table a free trade agreement between Ecuador and Mexico, as well as annex the Andean nation to the Pacific Alliance.

Similarly, the Ecuadorian president met with Mexican multinational Femza president Jose Antonio Fernandez and Coca-Cola distributor Arca Continental executives in Mexico City on Wednesday.

“In Mexico, we held meetings with the business community to discuss the importance of creating investment and strengthening trade relations. Ecuador is open to the world to create opportunities!” Lasso said on Twitter.

A few days after the Ecuadorian president’s visit suspended the issuance of visas for Ecuadorians, they argued that they were entering “for a different purpose” than allowed.

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During the tour, Lopez set out his ideological differences with Obrador, the left-wing National Regeneration Movement (Morena), and Lasso, the center-right movement-creating opportunities (CREO).

In January 2020, the Lopez Obrador government granted asylum to seven Corsemo politicians. (I)

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