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Peru summons the Mexican ambassador for the “interference” of Lopez Obrador in internal affairs

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The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Peru has summoned the Mexican ambassador in Lima, Pablo Monroy, in protest of the “interference” of the Mexican president, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, in the internal affairs of the Andean nation.

The Peruvian diplomatic portfolio has denounced that the comments of both Lopez Obrador and Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard “are not consistent with the events that have taken place in recent days” in Peru.

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Thus, Monroy’s call comes just a few days after the former Peruvian president, Pedro Castillo, was arrested after a kind of coup d’etat. After this, the Mexican authorities have distanced themselves from the international trend, which has gone in the direction of criticizing Castillo’s decision.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has conveyed to Monroy “the need for States to adhere to the rules contained in current international treaties on the matter and comply with all the requirements that they establish.”

Lima thus responds to the position defended by the Mexican president, as well as to the request made by former President Castillo to Ambassador Monroy to request asylum in Mexico.

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