He explained that the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) and the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) could further support regional economic integration.
AMLO warned that this integration has to observe a social dimension focused on people's well-being and social justice.
"It is our feeling that LATAM's integration becomes a reality if we think and agree on three basic issues: non-intervention and self-determination, cooperation for development and mutual aid to combat inequality and discrimination," AMLO stressed.
In his speech, Chet Greene, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Antigua & Barbuda highlighted that “CELAC has remained strong as an institution in an innovative way, even in turbulent times. Imagine attending this multifaceted crisis alone. We need to support together”. ���� https://t.co/pNQTR1ZhII