Given the impact of inflation on the cost of food, the President of Mexico, Andrés Manuel Lopez Obrador (AMLO) will seek to promote a plan anti-inflationary with various countries Latin America and the Caribbean.
The president is now betting on a deal with Mexico, Cuba and others to fight inflation
Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador has offered his Argentinian counterpart an initiative that would also include Brazil and Colombia. A summit could be held on March 17 to work out the details
This was announced on March 2 during his morning conference, during which he announced that he had already communicated with various leaders in the region to reach an agreement.
“We are going to make a anti-inflationary plan mutual aid for growth, for economic trade, with the countries of Latin America. Yesterday for this purpose I spoke with the president (Inácio) Lula da Silva (Brazil), also with the president (Gustav) Petro (Colombia), with President Díaz Canel of Cuba and with the President of Argentina, Alberto Fernandez“, he commented.
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The President of Tabasco mentioned that organizations such as the OAS or the UN should intervene in the political crisis that the Latin American country is going through, however, he assured that they turned a blind eye.
In this sense, López Obrador added that he would soon call the president of Honduras, Xiomara Castrowhile his Argentinian counterpart promised to contact the leaders of Chile (Gabriel Boric) y Bolivia (Luis Arce).
It is expected that on April 5 all Heads of State will hold a virtual meeting to present the project that will aim to deal with the shortage in common.
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The emecist governor hopes to meet the president in the coming days to address the issue