Mexico and Argentina negotiate a common strategy before the Summit of the Americas

Alberto Fernández delays the decision on his presence in the Los Angeles conclave while López Obrador defends that he speaks on behalf of CELAC.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The guest list for the next Summit of the Americas has entangled the United States, the host, in a still unresolved diplomatic battle with Argentina and Mexico. The decision of the White House to leave out Venezuela, Cuba and Nicaragua, countries that it accuses of systematically violating human rights, united in the same complaint the two ends of the continent with a week to go before the conclave is held. The Mexican Andrés Manuel López Obrador has already warned that if there is no gesture from Washington, he will not be in Los Angeles . . .

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