The Government of Mexico participates in the preparatory meeting for a new meeting of the Lima Group, through which some governments promote interventionist actions against Venezuela [under the hidden direction of the US Department of State].
In a preparatory meeting of the Lima Group, the Government of Mexico ratified its position of respect for the sovereignty of nations and the policy of non-interference by President Andrés Manuel López Obrador.
“We reiterate that we are not going to break diplomatic relations with Venezuela,” said the Under Secretary for Latin America of the Government of Mexico, Maximiliano Reyes Zuñiga, through his social networks.
The reminder comes amid a new attempt by this group to intervene in the internal politics of Venezuela through actions promoted by the right-wing governments of Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia and Peru.
“Self-determination of peoples, peaceful resolution of disputes, non-intervention, international cooperation and respect, protection and promotion of human rights in our Latin America and the Caribbean,” said the official in his publication.
López Obrador has maintained since his campaign and after his assumption as president a policy of respect for nations [the historic Mexican diplomatic principle]. The Mexican president’s position aims to build bridges to advance trade, migration, development and security.
Meanwhile, right-wing governments do not cease their interventionist actions, denounces Venezuela, where the Bolivarian government calls for respectful relations with other nations.
Translated by JRE