The leaders confirmed to be present include Cuban Miguel Díaz-Canel, Ecuadorian Guillermo Lasso, Uruguayan Luis Lacalle Pou, Argentine Alberto Fernández and Costa Rican Carlos Alvarado.
Madrid, September 13, 2013 (Europress). 17 presidents confirmed their attendance to the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States summit (Celac), as confirmed by Mexico. President Andres Manuel López Obrador.
On Monday, the President confirmed that he would use the summit to convene bilateral discussions where he will be asked about the future of regional integration and the Organization of American States (OAS) framework. It is also part Canada and the United States.
Maximiliano Reyes Zuniga, head of the Latin American and Caribbean region of the Mexican Ministry of Foreign Affairs, confirmed on Twitter that “17 leaders, 2 vice presidents, 9 foreign ministers and other senior officials will attend Meeting”. Level authority” without specifying.
Telesur confirms that Cuban Miguel Diaz Canel and Ecuadorian Guillermo Lasso were present. Uruguayan Luis La Calle Bo and Argentine Alberto are also confirmed to have been present. Fernandez and Costa Rican Carlos Alvarado.