Ebrard says excluding countries from US summits is a setback

Cartagena governs in 2012 the agreement to be invited


He warned that the attempt to exclude several states from those that will take place in Los Angeles, California, June 6-10, represents a setback.

The head of foreign relations made such a statement at the meeting of the Mexican Council on International Affairs (Comexi 2022), that he said it was a matter of days before the discussion on whether or not the Summit of the Americas would be inclusive. Decided, but warned that backtracking is neither wise nor acceptable.

He explained that the upcoming continental summit should address issues such as the need for an emergency health plan, as the past COVID-19 pandemic showed that the region is not ready to respond to these situations in a joint manner.

He added that not even in basic matters such as production and distribution that allow for equal access to vaccines.

With regard to the phenomenon of migration, the Mexican Foreign Minister noted that the flow from Central and South America to the United States is already a huge business, since it has been proven that its organizers charge each participant up to five thousand dollars.

He stated that Mexico receives an average of 120,000 asylum applications every month.

He argued that the United States should realize that its rate

The birth rate is close to being negative and it needs people to keep its economy active.

Ebrard warned that the US needed that workforce, or else it would go into stagflation like what happened to Japan.

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The problem, he added, is the rhetoric of the Republican Party and the conservative sectors of that country, which are vying to see who is most anti-immigration and to maintain the deception that immigration is a problem for their economy rather than an opportunity.

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