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Mexico.-Andrés Manuel López Obrador, president of Mexico, will not attend the G20 meeting in Osaka, Japan, but send a letter to be pronounced against inequality. Instead they will travel the secretaries of Foreign Affairs, Marcelo Ebrard, and of Treasury and Public Credit, Carlos Manuel Urzúa, who, he said, represent it well in this type of topics. «I’m not going to the 20 ‘s meeting, but I’m going to talk about equality,» he said at the morning conference this Tuesday.
Although it could be an opportunity to engage in dialogue with US President Donald Trump, the Tabasco decided not to go because he does not want to enter the confrontation of the trade war between China and the American Union. I do not want to go to the direct confrontation, there will probably be the issues of the trade war in which I disagree, ‘ he clarified. López Obrador criticized that issues such as poverty are those that should be addressed in the big forums and not just be observers.
He explained that these are the origins of phenomena such as migration, violence and economic inequality. «We must meet, but so that there is not so much inequality in the world. That’s what causes migration, that’s what causes inequality and violence, and that promotes justice in the world. Enough of just seeing things, «said the president of Mexico.
Source: The Sun of Mexico