Foreign Minister of Honduras will meet with the US ambassador | News
The Foreign Minister of Honduras, Enrique Reina, announced on Tuesday that he summoned the United States ambassador, Laura Dogu, to talk face-to-face about the latest statements made by his country on Honduran internal politics.
Honduras demands that US senators respect its sovereignty
Foreign Minister Reina assured that he will inform the US ambassador of the “dissatisfaction of President Xiomara Castro's government with positions that we consider interference in sovereign affairs.”
In this sense, the meeting between the Minister of Foreign Affairs and the representative of the United States Government will be held first thing on Wednesday.
Given the statements in recent days by some US officials and in particular by Ambassador Laura Dogu, on internal issues of
Honduras, I have summoned you to my office tomorrow at 10:00 am, to express the disagreement of the President's Government...
— Enrique Reina (@EnriqueReinaHN)
November 8, 2023
The Government of Honduras rejected statements coming from US soil on internal issues in the Central American country; The chancellor specified that what happens within the National Congress is an internal matter for his nation, referring to the recent violent event that occurred with opposition deputies.
Recently, US Senators Jim Risch and Marco Rubio, high-ranking members of the Subcommittee of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee for the Western Hemisphere, declared that the violent events that occurred against opposition members only “affect democracy in Honduras.”
Likewise, the United States ambassador to the Organization of American States (OAS) Frank O. Mora. gave a negative opinion on the subject.
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