“We have received an invitation from the U.S. government for an official working visit,” Mexico's Foreign Affairs Minister Marcelo Ebrard tweeted.
Both presidents would discuss a bilateral agenda on July 8 and, a day later, Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau would join them.
“I don't have a conscience problem because I will go to the U.S. I always affirmed that Mexico is a free, independent, and sovereign country. I am not a traitor,” AMLO stated.
The small towns where indigenous Oaxacans live have still not fully recovered from the 2017 earthquake due to insufficient funds and aide from the Government, now another earthquake hit today with much of the media attention to Mexico City rather than Oaxaca. We will help them! pic.twitter.com/VB31AWq9r9