Mexican president rejects photo with designated president of Peru | News
The president of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO), stated on Thursday that he will avoid taking a photograph with the designated president of Peru, Dina Boluarte, at the next meeting of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Forum (APEC).
Pedro Castillo criticizes the Chilean president for meeting with Boluarte
“I hope I don't have to take a photo, I don't want it, I tell you this with all my love, with my good faith, I don't want to take a photo with the president of Peru,” said López Obrador.
The Mexican head of state stressed that “I am not going to go look for her to take a photo.”
López Obrador plans to travel to the United States to participate in the APEC Summit, which will take place from November 11 to 18, to which Boluarte was also invited.
AMLO recalled that the Boluarte Government granted humiliating and rude treatment to the Mexican ambassador to that South American country, Pablo Monroy, who was expelled in December 2022.
Boluarte was appointed as president of Peru in December 2022 by Congress, a body that had previously removed constitutional president Pedro Castillo, who has been in prison since then accused of an alleged rebellion.
The Government of Mexico recognizes Castillo as the current president of Peru and has avoided legitimizing the designated regime headed by Boluarte.
Castillo published a letter on Wednesday in which he criticized the president of Chile, Gabriel Boric, who held a meeting with Boluarte last September.
He noted that Boric shook the “blood-stained hands” of Boluarte, in whose government at least 75 people have been murdered during the police repression of a series of protests demanding the restoration of Castillo to the presidency.
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