Presidents Gabriel Boric and Alberto Fernandez will travel to Mexico to meet Lopez Obrador.

Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador has announced that he will meet with the Chilean President at the end of November. Gabriel Boricand the President of Argentina, Alberto Fernandez. His invitation to Luis Inacio is up in the air Lula da Silva After congratulating him on Monday for winning the Brazilian presidential election. The leaders will arrive in the country just days before the Pacific Alliance summit in Puerto Escondido, a populous city on the coast of Oaxaca, on November 24 and 25.

“Our friend Alberto Fernandez is coming to Mexico on November 24,” the president said on his social networks. During his meeting he wants to discuss “uniting the United States for economic cooperation with respect to each country’s sovereignty.” Three hours earlier, López Obrador released another message, announcing that Gabriel would be in Mexico for the fighting summit. “Besides cooperation for development, we will talk about Gabriela Mistral and the admired President Salvador Allende,” he wrote on his Twitter account.

Summit of the Pacific Alliance It was created in 2011 and signed by the presidents of Chile, Colombia, Mexico and Peru, which accounts for 43% of Latin America’s GDP, according to World Bank data. Its aim is to “deepen integration between these economies and define joint measures for trade links” with the aim of “achieving free movement of goods, services, capital and people”. The summit focuses on Asia’s most important economies, such as China and Japan, whose markets absorb the bulk of Latin American exports. Countries not included in the original declaration, such as Argentina, participate as observers.

As a result of the visit in Oaxac For this international event, other activities have been prepared to promote local and Mexican culture, such as a film cycle on migration, which includes short films. Underground Y Children of the Exile. A forum will be held to meet the female entrepreneurial community of the Pacific Alliance, with the aim of promoting “Women’s Economic Empowerment” in these countries.

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