Ecuador expels Mexican ambassador

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Ecuador expels Mexican ambassador

Ecuador expelled the Mexican ambassador.

The Ecuadorian Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Friday, April 5, in response to the Mexican President’s comments on last year’s elections in Ecuador, called the Mexican ambassador an undesirable element.

The Ecuadorian Ministry of Foreign Affairs stated that Raquel Serur Escamilla, the Mexican ambassador in Quito, the capital of Ecuador, must leave the country soon.

Andrés Manuel López Obrador, the leftist President of Mexico, on Thursday, compared the recent violence in Mexico to the violence in Ecuador on the eve of the country’s elections, where several local election candidates were killed.

Fernando Villavicencio was shot dead in August last year at an election rally.


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