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Chile will attend the US summit, excluding Venezuela, Cuba and Nicaragua.

Chile Summit of the United States

Chile’s President Gabriel Borick will attend the US Summit in Los Angeles, June 6-10, excluding Venezuela, Cuba and Nicaragua. This was announced by the country’s Foreign Minister Antonia Urezola.

The Foreign Minister made it clear that his presence was not subject to the exclusion of these countries. This is different for Mexico, Bolivia and some Caribbean countries.

“We are taking steps to make it as broad as possible, but we are working on the President’s agenda for the summit and the bilateral agenda,” he said.

He emphasized that the letter was not a signal of a formal antitrust inquiry into the allegations, but rather a signal of a formal antitrust inquiry into the allegations. Well, “despite the differences and beliefs in terms of human rights related to certain governments, in the post-epidemic and economic crisis, we believe it should have a gap for a dialogue. Differences.”

According to the Chilean foreign minister, the US summit would lose strength if Venezuela, Cuba and Nicaragua were excluded.

Chile will attend the US summit, excluding Venezuela, Cuba and Nicaragua.

“Recent years have shown that Venezuela, Nicaragua and Cuba have not made exceptions on human rights grounds. So, you have to change the recipe. Which? I do not know exactly. Obviously, the exception, the cessation of talks, has not yielded any results,” he told the newspaper. Third.

“At the end of the day, the potential for dialogue and influence is lost when there is no bridge,” Urrezola stressed.

The Chilean foreign minister considered that they would attend the US summit with the aim of forging dialogue and forging conclusive agreements to address the “biggest challenges” they face as a country. “Especially regionally and globally,” he stressed.

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