Juan Gonzalez, chief adviser to the US government for Latin America. Photo: File / EFE
The White HouseThis Wednesday, June 1, he avoided specifying whether he would invite Summit of America To the Venezuelan opposition leader in Los Angeles (USA) Juan GuaidoWhom he considers President Intermediate Venezuela.
Juan Gonzalez, Chief Adviser Latin America Of the President Joe BidenIn a statement to reporters, he said the United States “continues to be recognized as the interim president.” GuidoHe has been backed to lead a dialogue since 2019 that would lead Venezuela to “free elections”.
Don’t want to offer Details About yourself Washington Whether he will invite Guido, Gonzalez acknowledged that the region has “governments with different perspectives” with which the United States is negotiating.
“The location of the host is important, but we want to facilitate a broader regional dialogue and ensure that we integrate all aspects of the American States Organization (OAS),” Gonzalez said.
Government Nicolas Maduro Venezuela was not invited to the summit, like the Daniel Ortega-led executive in Nicaragua, because America Does not consider them Democratic system.
Instead, Washington It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. WorkshopTo go to Conclave.
With less than a week to go before the summit, Gonzalez explained, the White House would announce the final list of guests “soon” and noted that Biden “personally wants the presence of the Mexican president” at the event.
“We have had very respectful talks with Mexico and the Mexican president, who has asked Cuba to attend the summit. The United States and Mexico work closely together in many areas, “said Biden.
The goal of the United States in this year’s event Near A Regional agreement On MigrationHowever other problems will also be solved, e.g. EconomyThe Climate crisisThe state or epidemic of democracy Covid 19.
The view that Washington will take to the summit is that irregular immigration is not just a matter of the United States and Mexico border, but of the United States, a “regional problem that affects almost every country” and will appeal to all nations. Accept their “responsibility,” Gonzalez said.