AMLO & Russian President, Vladimir Putin, To Meet In Mexico or Argentina
Vladimir Putin, Russia's president, accused by the DNC of engineering the US election to rid himself of a hawkish candidate, Hillary Clinton.
La Cartita --- Russia's foreign ministry announced today that the Mexican and Russian president were set to meet in either Argentina (at the sidelines of the G20 conference) or in Mexico during a short visit. If the latter, the Russian president would set aside time for the inauguration of Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, a long time opposition elected in a landslide despite well documented government opposition.Tweet
Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, Mexico's first non-US aligned or servile leader elected this century.
Mexico and Russian President set to meet either during inauguration or G20 summit. The G20 is scheduled to run from November 30-December 1, while the Mexican presidential inauguration is set to take place on December 1.
Schedules permitting, the Russian government has assured the public such a meeting will take place.
Vladimir Putin has noted that he would welcome attention to bilateral relations from the new leader; the past official, Enrique Peña Nieto, was a virtual CIA asset, with #Wikileaks dumps revealing the cellphones of EPN were #hacked by the NSA. Thus, no real diplomatic links could be established with such a president.
The new push for increased contact arrives as both powers reorganize their global presence amidst hostilities against Russian and Mexican interests.Tweet