Sheinbaum promises, if he becomes President, that ‘Mexico will be treated the same as the US’

The presidential candidate of the Let’s Keep Making History coalition, Claudia Sheinbaum, assured that she will defend that Mexico be treated as equal to the United Statesas well as national sovereignty, in the midst of electoral contests in both countries.

“What we will never allow is for national sovereignty to be violated and for Mexicans to be used as part of a campaign process denigrating Mexico,” he said in a meeting with the media in the state of Zacatecas (center). northern Mexico) together with the former head of the Ministry of the Interior (Interior) (2018-2023) Adam Augusto Lopez.

The candidate of the ruling National Regeneration Movement (Morena) and her allies, the Labor (PT) and Green Ecologist of Mexico (PVEM) parties for June 2 electionstressed that the most important thing is to maintain a diplomatic relationship with the United States that prioritizes equality between nations.

This, in the midst of the elections that will be held in USA in November, a process in which the Republicans have taken up the immigration issue, cross-border security and the transfer of drugs from Mexico within their campaigns with strong criticism.

“We want, and this has been sustained until now, for the first time in many years, a relationship of equals,” Sheinbaum said.

In addition, he recalled that Mexico has positioned itself as the first trading partner of United States and insisted that “it is a relationship of equals.”

Mexico will always seek a friendly relationship with the US: Sheinbaum

The candidate also pointed out that the decision made by Americans in the next elections will be respected as it is the preference of their people.

However, he stressed that Mexico will always seek to have a friendly relationship, both with the United States and with any other country.

“Mexicans are very hard-working and we are not going to allow sovereignty to be violated, nor to be treated as someone who is not equal to any other country,” he concluded.

Sheinbaum’s statements occur this Thursday when the presidential candidate of the opposition coalition Fuerza y ​​Corazón por México, Xóchitl Gálvez, began a work tour in New York and Washington, in which she will have meetings in the United States Congress, the Department of State and the Organization of American States (OAS), among others.

Likewise, he will hold meetings with the editorial boards of major American newspapers such as the Wall Street Journal, TI have New York Times and The Washington Post.

Gálvez will first be in New York and will later move to Washington on Sunday, February 4.

In the US capital, he will meet with a group of US lawmakers from the House Foreign Affairs Committee, and will also have meetings at the Department of State.