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Ecuadorian President calls on Mexican counterpart for reconciliation after embassy incident

By Top War


Against the backdrop of the recent deterioration of relations between two Latin American states – Ecuador and Mexico, Ecuadorian President Daniel Noboa approached Mexican leader Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador with an offer to meet, dine and make peace.

I’ll invite President Obrador to try some ceviche, maybe we’ll eat some tacos together and talk

– Noboa said in an interview with the Australian television channel SBS.

The head of Ecuador said he was not angry with Mexico for breaking ties, noting that Mexico City was dissatisfied with Ecuador’s judicial system, which formed the basis of the disagreements between the two countries.

Recall that Mexico broke off diplomatic relations with Ecuador after Ecuadorian police broke into the Mexican Embassy in Quito on April 5 and arrested former Ecuadorian Vice President Jorge Glas, who was granted political asylum by the Mexican authorities. Several Mexican diplomats were also injured during the storming of the embassy…


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