Mexico rules out friction with the US

Mexico ruled out yesterday Sunday that frictions with the United States could arise due to the demands made by President Andrés Manuel López Obrador to end the embargo on Cuba, a claim that intensified during the visit that Cuban President Miguel made to the country over the weekend. Diaz-Canel.

This was expressed by the Mexican Foreign Minister, Marcelo Ebrard, when assuring that “Mexico and the United States are allies, but we do not have identical interests.”

Ebrard told the press, after firing Díaz-Canel, that “it is not an effort to annoy the United States or enter into friction,” but what is sought is that “we leave the past behind, lift this type of blockade and try to to create a fraternal coexistence of the Americas”. The Mexican Secretary of Foreign Relations stated that Cuba could be “a factor in favor of us having better stability in the region.

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