The President Of Mexico Suggested That Trump Hold His First Personal Meeting In The Summer
Andrés Manuel López Obrador clarified that it was June or July.
The first personal meeting of the President of Mexico, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, with his us counterpart, Donald Trump, may take place in the summer of this year. The leader of the Latin American country made the corresponding proposal to the American leader on Friday during telephone talks.
Lopez Obrador discussed with Trump the purchase of medical equipment, including artificial ventilation devices, necessary, among other things, to help patients with a coronavirus-induced disease. "He [Trump] guaranteed me that by the end of this month we will get a thousand [units of medical equipment] and can buy more," the President of Mexico wrote on his Twitter page. "I suggested that we meet in June or July to personally convey our gratitude."
The number of laboratory-confirmed cases of infection with the new coronavirus in Mexico reached 6,297, and 486 infected patients died. Doctors are checking another 12,340 people for the presence of the disease.
The first case of infection in Mexico was reported on February 28. On 30 March, the government announced the entry into force of a health emergency and the suspension of all non-priority activities. On Thursday, Lopez Obrador said that restrictions imposed due to the spread of the infection could be lifted on June 1.