AMLO finally recognizes Joe Biden in a mediocre letter


Andrés Manuel López Obrador acknowledged in a letter the triumph of Joe Biden as president-elect of the United States and in which he called on him to continue applying the principles of “non-intervention and self-determination of the peoples,” as well as recognizing his position in favor of migrants.

In a letter sent Monday night and released by the Secretary of Foreign Affairs, Marcelo Ebrard, López Obrador congratulates Joe Biden for the final result of the United States Electoral Council that gave him victory on Monday.

In the letter, López Obrador indicates to Joe Biden that he has the “certainty” that “with you, in the presidency of the United States it will be possible to continue applying the basic principles of foreign policy established in our constitution, especially that of non-intervention and self-determination. of the peoples “.

He also expressed his appreciation “for his position in favor of migrants and the world, which will allow us to continue with the plan to promote the development and well-being of the communities in the southeast of Mexico and the countries of Central America.”

Specialists rate letter from AMLO to Joe Biden

AMLO at a press conference

The letter that Andrés Manuel López Obrador sent to Joe Biden to recognize him as president-elect of the United States, was “predictable and myopic” in addition to predicting that “four icy years will come in the Mexico-United States relationship,” according to the interpretation of some specialists.

A month after the elections in the United States, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, president of Mexico, congratulated Joe Biden after the Electoral Council of the United States decided, definitively, that he was the winner of the November election day.

In this regard, Gabriel Guerra, president and general director of Guerra Castellanos y Asociados and columnist for EL UNIVERSAL, pointed out on his social networks that “it would have been better if he had not congratulated him” and that four “icy” years of Mexico-State relations are coming.

Also, Arturo Sarukhan, career Ambassador of the Mexican Foreign Service , international consultant and also a columnist for EL UNIVERSAL, described López Obrador’s letter as “predictable and shortsighted. “

In the letter that López Obrador sent to Joe Biden, he congratulated him, but also called on him, in his role as president of the United States, to respect the principles of “non-intervention.”

It also recognizes its position in favor of migrants “which will allow the plan to promote the development and well-being of the communities in the southeast of Mexico and the Central American countries to continue.”

Finally, the President of Mexico hoped that the opportunity to speak about migration, the development of the region, and other issues will soon be presented.

“In the meantime, I reiterate our congratulations and wish him the best of luck for the good of his people and our nations.”


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