Which presidents will attend the US summit?

(CNN Spanish) – The Summit of the United States It started in Los Angeles this Monday and the map of presidents attending and not attending – because they were not invited or they decided not to attend – is taking shape.

The presence of US leaders at a meeting hosted by President Joe Biden’s government has been at the center of discussions since the exclusion of Venezuela, Nicaragua and Cuba from the event.

This is no longer possible: the United States has officially decided not to send invitations to Cuba, Venezuela and Nicaragua because of “reservations about the state of democratic deprivation and the human rights situation”.

Several presidents of the region, including Mexican Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, have insisted that all nations be part of the summit and have conditioned their participation in this factor. Lopez is one of the leaders without Obrador.

We know who will participate and who will not.

Presidents attending the US Summit

Argentina: President Alberto Fernandes was another of those who spoke publicly about the need for all leaders to be invited to the summit. However, the President of Argentina Confident In the framework of his telephone conversation on Wednesday, June 1, it was acknowledged his participation with Biden and the meeting between the two leaders. In Washington in July.

Brazil: The Brazilian foreign minister assured CNN that Jair Paulsonaro would attend the summit and hold a bilateral meeting with Fiden.

Canada: Justin Trudeau will attend, as you can see from his call with Python. According to the White HouseThey discussed exactly the summit and their common development goal.

See also  Govind-19's doctor victim: 'I was not at fault in business, but in the country'

Chili: President Gabriel Borick will also be in attendanceHe also criticized the exclusion of Maduro, Diaz-Connell and Ortega, as confirmed by his foreign minister at a news conference, CNN Chile reported.

Costa Rica: “Going to the summit is the right thing for our country” President Rodrigo Chavez said In an interview with Efe.

Colombia: President Ivan Duque has confirmed his participation, according to the Efe report, based on official sources. Duke in March Mentioned They could recommend their participation in the “wonderful opportunity” represented by the US summit, and more recently Vice President and Secretary of State Marta Lucia Ramirez said the issue of democracy could not be “ignored” on the agenda. According to Eph.

Ecuador: Guillermo Lasso, who recently met with Pittsburgh, confirmed his participation in the summit, According to a Reuters report.

Panama: Laurentizo Cortizo Confirmed in April Secretary of State Anthony Blingen is attending the meeting.

Paraguay: Mario Apto to attend summit, According to EphIt quotes the country’s foreign minister, who currently holds the pro-Mercosur presidency.

Peru: Eefe reports that Pedro Castillo has asked Congress for permission to go to the United States for the summit.

Dominican Republic: Louis Abinader confirms his participation Efe report used by various mediaAlthough his country will invite all presidents to host the Ibero-American summit next year, he promised to respect the US decision.

Those who did not attend the summit

Bolivia: President Louis Ars is one of them Confident It will not participate after the United States refuses to invite Cuba, Venezuela and Nicaragua.

See also  They release a kidnapped Dominican embassy adviser in Haiti

Cuba: He was not invited. “I assure you that I will not attend under any circumstances,” he wrote A long Twitter thread President Miguel Diaz-Connell said that the US government had “considered from the outset that the US Summit would not be inclusive.”

Guatemala: Alejandro Giammattei has confirmed that he will not be attending the summit In the United States, he was critical of the recent re-election of its attorney general, Consul Boras. “I said that. I repeat to the ambassador of this country that this country can be this small (small), but as long as I am president this country is respected and its sovereignty is respected.” He said.

HondurasThe Presidential Palace Communications Committee has confirmed to CNN that Honduran President Siomaro Castro will not attend the US summit in Los Angeles, California.

Mexico: President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador has confirmed that he will not attend this Monday. “I do not go to the summit because all the nations of the United States have not been invited, and I believe in the need to change the policy that has been imposed for centuries. Exclusion, wanting to dominate without cause, We do not respect the sovereignty of nations and the freedom of every nation. “

Nicaragua: US does not invite President Daniel Ortega, who has already spoken out against the summit. “We are not interested in attending that summit,” he said.That summit would not elevate anyone … that summit was full of pollution and mud“.

Venezuela: Government Biden also did not call in question President Nicolas Maduro, Who gave voice to his absence. “In Venezuela we have a clear path: unity, content, diversity, democracy and the right to create our own destiny. We reject the pretense of marginalizing and discriminating against people Summit United StatesHe wrote about it on Twitter.

See also  They are rescuing 41 migrants hidden in the rubble at the port of Melilla

உருகுவே: President Luis Lacalle Pou can not go to the summit because of a positive test for Govt-19. He had previously mentioned his participation in a recent interview with the BBC He received The embassy extended its “congratulations and thanks” to the US ambassador this week for “leadership towards a democratic region”.

Savior: President Naib Pukele will not attend. The country will be represented by Foreign Minister Alexandra Hill.

This article was originally published on May 31st and is updated with the latest information.

Esmond Harmon

"Entrepreneur. Social media advocate. Amateur travel guru. Freelance introvert. Thinker."

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Back to top