The Mexican foreign minister extended his congratulations to the new president of Colombia
The Colombian people are partying this Sunday, August 7, as it will be the date on which Gustavo Petro takes office as president of that Latin American country, consolidating himself as the first left-wing political leader to come to power in that nation.
Although the congratulations have not stopped for Gustavo Petro since his victory in the electoral elections was announced, leaders and high-ranking officials from different governments were invited to Colombia to witness the swearing-in of the leader of the Historical Pact political coalition, among whom The presence of the Mexican foreign minister, Marcelo Ebrard, stood out.
It was through a statement that the head of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (SRE) reported that he is on Colombian soil to represent Mexico at the swearing-in of President Gustavo Petro, to whom he extended multiple congratulations.
Mexican Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard arrived in Colombia for the swearing-in of Gustavo Petro (SRE)
This is how Marcelo Ebrard sent his best wishes to the Colombian president and his people and, he assured, that Gustavo Petro represents many new ideas with which Mexico has a lot of affinity for what he considers that his administration will bring great innovations to Colombia that are of interest to all Latin America.
“We wish Colombia the greatest success starting today, and President Petro much success, forward Gustavo,” declared the Mexican foreign minister.
It is worth mentioning that the visit of the Secretary of Foreign Affairs to Colombia for the swearing-in of the new president is part of the work agenda that has been carried out in recent days in different Latin American countries, such is the case of Bolivia, where the Yesterday he participated as guest of honor in the civic acts of the ceremony for the 197th Anniversary of the Independence of the Plurinational State of Bolivia, held in the Plaza 25 de Mayo in the city of Sucre.
Ebrard was received by Gustavo Petro and his entourage, he pointed out that Colombia is a very important partner for Mexico (SRE)
The Mexican foreign minister was invited to this event by the president of Bolivia, Luis Arce Catacora, and participated in the ancestral ceremony of offering to the Pachamama, which, during the month of August, is celebrated by the native Andean cultures to reinforce and restore the bond of reciprocity between humanity and mother earth.
Likewise, on behalf of the people and Government of Mexico, Secretary Ebrard laid a floral offering in honor of the memory of Marshal Sucre and the liberators of the country and participated in the solemn session at the Casa de la Libertad.
The academic and wife of Andrés Manuel López Obrador attended Gustavo Petro’s protest in Colombia (Photo: Facebook / Beatriz Gutiérrez Müller)
Representing Mexico in the important ceremony of the Colombian Government, the academic and wife of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, Beatriz Gutiérrez Müller, also arrived in the Latin American country.
With the simplicity that characterizes her, the writer shared through her official Twitter account Facebook a photograph of his arrival in Colombia, which he accompanied with a text in which he assured that his presence at the Gustavo Petro protest was commissioned by the president of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador.
“My president Andrés Manuel López Obrador has commissioned me to represent him at the inauguration of the next president, Gustavo Petro,” wrote Beatriz Gutiérrez Müller in her publication.
In the same way, the academic explained that upon her arrival at the Bogotá international airport, she was received by Foreign Minister Martha Lucía Ramírez de Rincón, who wished her success in her new tasks and activities.
Wearing a khaki trench coat, a cherry scarf and black dress pants, Beatriz Gutiérrez Müller also took advantage of her publication to send a cordial greeting to the Mexicans who live in Colombia and to all the people of that country on a day of great importance for their nation.
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