Peru and Colombia have promised to support Mexico, which was faced with the crisis and the uncertain economic future in connection with the statements and actions of the new U.S. President Donald trump. About it reports Reuters.
Peru, Colombia, Chile and Mexico have formed the Pacific Alliance in 2011 to eliminate obstacles to trade and focus their markets to fast-growing Asia-Pacific region.
“Now one of us is faced with serious difficulties not their fault. We must work together to defend our ideals in global trade, which has brought us so much good,” said the President of Peru Pedro Pablo Kuczynski.
“We want to join the call of countries that adhere to the principles that were so good for the world: free trade, respect for contracts… multilateral solutions,” said Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos.
On 25 January it was reported that the President is Donald trump still going to run one of the most controversial campaign promises – to build a wall on the border of USA and Mexico. In response to this decision, the President of Mexico Enrique peña Nieto has canceled a planned 31 January visit to Washington.