Report: Biden Invites Former Colonial Ruler Spain To Americas Summit


The Biden administration is said to have invited Spain to the North Korea-US summit scheduled for next month in Los Angeles.

The meeting is already controversial in Latin America because authoritarian regimes such as Cuba, Venezuela and Nicaragua did not attend. An invitation to Spain, a former regional colonial power, could be an even bigger impetus.

According to the Spanish news agency EFE On Sunday, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken invited Spanish Secretary of State Jose Manuel Albares to a meeting.

The North Korea-U.S. summit has been held every two to three years since 1994. The 9th North Korea-US summit will be held in the United States for the first time since the 1st North Korea-US summit held in Miami. The summit is hosted by the Organization of American States (OAS). charter Restrict participation in activities to technically democratically elected governments. Venezuela And Nicaragua You can point to the ridiculously fraudulent elections conducted by their ruling regime.

“As Chairman and host, the United States is committed to securing leader-level commitments and concrete actions to dramatically improve pandemic response and resilience, promote green and equitable recovery, build strong and inclusive democracy, and address root causes. We will work with local stakeholders. irregular migration. Our commitment to diversity and inclusion will underpin our efforts.” State Department talked about the event.

An official invitation list for the summit has yet to be confirmed, but a Biden administration official last month indicated The dictatorships of Cuba, Nicaragua and Venezuela will not be invited.

Mexican Left President Andres Manuel López Obrador boycott Summit unless all Latin American countries are invited. Bolivia, Honduras and 15 Caribbean States Threat Join Mexico’s boycott and support the Argentine government on Sunday said You can also skip the summit.

President Joe Biden meets with Mexican President Andres Manuel López Obrador in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington, DC on November 18, 2021. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)

For unrelated and somewhat obscure reasons, Brazilian right-wing President Jair Bolsonaro said He has no plans to attend the summit. Bolsonaro’s possible slander appears to stem primarily from hostility toward President Joe Biden and his administration. Biden threatened to destroy the Brazilian economy in the 2020 US presidential debate. Bolsonaro warned that he was prepared to defend Brazil’s interests with “gunpowder”.

Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro speaks at the farewell ceremony of former ministers in Brasilia, Brazil, on March 31, 2022.  The Bolsonaro administration replaces nine of the 23 ministers who resigned to run for the October elections.  (Photo courtesy of Andressa Anholete/Getty Images)

Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro speaks at the farewell ceremony of former ministers in Brasilia, Brazil, on March 31, 2022. Bolsonaro has no plans to attend the upcoming summit of America. (Andressa Anholete/Getty Images)

Daniel Ortega of Nicaragua said His government last week said he was “not interested in attending the meeting”, even if the Biden administration sent him an invitation.

“This summit does not elevate anyone. Rather, it defiles and corrupts them. We, Latin Americans, must defend ourselves if we are to respect us.” Ortega was angry.

that much LA Times The US summit on Monday was described as another disaster to make Biden.

“The potential boycott has raised questions about the preparedness of the administration and whether the region, which has been plagued with corruption and instability, has reached a turning point. Those countries are steadily electing leaders who care less about democracy and who are not interested in maintaining strong ties with Washington. Authoritarianism and populism are rampant even in areas where poverty and inequality are rampant.” LA Times pointed out sadly.

Inviting Spain to the summit could be taken as salt to the wounds of Mexico and other countries outraged by the exclusion of Cuba, Nicaragua and Venezuela.

Also, the current U.S. Cuban refugee community is congrats It will be the 120th anniversary of Cuba’s independence from Spain, so if Biden calms down and invites the Cuban regime plus Spain, it can prove doubly angry. The Cuban Communist Party banned the people from celebrating the Cuban Revolution against Spain.

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