Peru: Mexico’s Ebrard speaks of ‘different future’ for Latin American people at Pacific Alliance Summit

Presidents of the Pacific Alliance member states of Chile, Peru, Colombia, as well as Mexican Foreign Affairs Secretary Marcelo Ebrard gathered in the Peruvian capital city of Lima for the fourteenth Pacific Alliance Summit on Saturday. The member states representatives took part in a plenary session on the last day of the summit, where issues such as gender equality, equal opportunities for... Еще women and climate change were tackled. «It is possible to have a different future compared to the most powerful countries in the world that change the rules at will everyday» said Mexican Foreign Affairs Secretary, Marcelo Ebrard. «it is possible that the peoples of Latin America can have results and have different things, compared to what was thought 8 years ago. Eight years ago it was thought that globalisation was going to solve everything, and nowadays it is known that it solves some things and creates very serious problems,» he added. The fourteenth Pacific Alliance Summit ended with the signing of the «Presidential Declaration on the Sustainable Management of Plastics» which seeks to address the increasing pollution of the Pacific Ocean and promote feasible development in the region through comprehensive use of this material.

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