Leaders of the Puebla Group have expressed their support to Caricom's petition not to be sidelined from the upcoming Summit of the Americas to be held in Los Angeles in June.
World leaders gathered under the Puebla Group have expressed their support to Argentine President Alberto Fernández for the deal reached with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and for its overwhelming approval in Congress.
The Puebla Group, a gathering of left-wing leaders from Latin America and Spain held a meeting in Mexico on Tuesday to celebrate the victory of Xiomara Castro in the Honduran presidential election and looked forward to similar triumphs by Chilean candidate Gabriel Boric in December and hopefully Lula da Silva next year in Brazil.
Argentina's newly-appointed Defense Minister and former Senator Jorge Taiana had sent a message to US President Joseph Biden stating that Organization of American States (OAS) Secretary-General Luis “Almagro must resign.”
Argentina's President-elect Alberto Fernández was actively involved in ousted Bolivian leader Evo Morales' obtaining political asylum in Mexico, according to press reports.
Sometime before 10 December, when Argentine elected president Alberto Fernandez takes office, and agendas permitting, he will be travelling to France to meet with Emmanuel Macron, with whom he had an hour long conversation, according to Argentine sources.