Mexico and its mission to “transform” the OAS

At the Celac foreign ministers' meeting in July, Mexican President López Obrador called for the creation in the region of "something similar" to the European Union (EU) and the replacement of the OAS.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Mexico will promote, at the at the upcoming meeting of Celac heads of state, its proposal to "transform" the current Organization of American States (OAS) because currently the body "does not help anything," said Mexico's undersecretary for Latin America and the Caribbean, Maximiliano Reyes to Efe on Thursday (16).

"Mexico is going to formalize its proposal to transform the OAS. We are going to propose setting up a working group with the participation of several countries. From there, we will begin to make a diagnosis and analysis of the current situation of the OAS, with . . .

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