The Mexican President Andrés Manuel López-Obrador received his Guatemalan counterpart Alejandro Giammattei on Monday as part of his official visit to Mexico, which will last two days and in which both will address issues of economic development and migration.
Giammattei took part in an official act in Quintana Roo this Monday to mark the bicentenary of independence in the year of celebrations in Mexico.
After the event, Giammattei used his Twitter account under the name “End of the Caste War: Call for Forgiveness for Complaints Against the Mayan Peoples” to emphasize that “the restoration of historical memory and reconciliation with the indigenous peoples make it possible for us” Strengthening fraternity between our peoples whose roots are shared and whose identity has been forged through the defense of their rights, territories and beliefs. “
They are to meet on Tuesday in Mexico City in the National Palace to “solve bilateral problems,” as the Mexican government reports. Along with Giammattei are Pedro Bolo, in charge of foreign affairs, and Patricia Letona, secretary for social communications.
“Strengthening relations between our nations is essential for the development of the region,” added the government of López Obrador.
The Guatemalan President visited Mexico last February when the issue of migration was also raised.