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martes, 20 de junio de 2017

Mexico Believes Cuba's Tenacity Will Protect It from Trump

Mexico Believes Cuba's Tenacity Will Protect It from Trump
- The Republican’s actions are added to “things that have been done over the decades, and if the Cuban people have shown anything, it is their enormous tenacity,” Videgaray told EFE in an interview.

As the Mexican Foreign Relations Secretariat (SRE) did last Friday, minutes after the US freezing of its normalization of relations with Cuba, the foreign secretary called for “dialogue, negotiation and agreement” between the two countries.

“We have an important working relationship of many dimensions with the United States government, but that doesn’t mean we have to change our close, friendly relationship and solidarity with the Cuban people,” he said.

Asked if the latest actions by Trump will affect the island’s economy, Videgaray said simply that the matter would have to be “analyzed.”

Between June 19-21, Mexico will host the General Assembly of the Organization of American States (OAS) at the Mexican resort of Cancun, an annual meeting that this year will concentrate on the Venezuelan crisis, since a number of countries are seeking to pass a joint statement on the situation in the Caribbean nation.