President Nayib Bukele will receive the Mexican President, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, to address various issues of interest to both countries, such as migration, drug trafficking, and agricultural support projects that are executed in a coordinated manner.
The Mexican president is accompanied by a high-ranking delegation during his tour of four Central American countries and Cuba. Among the officials traveling with the president is Mexico’s foreign minister, Marcelo Ebrard, considered the president’s right-hand man.
In addition, the Secretary of National Defense, Luis Cresencio Sandoval, He has served as a section commander in the third military police battalion in Mexico City; he was head of the technical section and private secretary to the senior officer of the Sedena. Deputy Chief of Staff of the General Headquarters of the 20th Military Zone of Colima, as well as deputy chief of the fifth and sixth sections of the Presidential General Staff, and commander of the 8th Military Zone and the IV Military Region.
He is also accompanied by the Secretary of the Navy, José Rafael Ojeda Durán, who has 49 years of experience. He is the member with the highest rank and seniority in the active service of the Mexican Navy, having served during his career in different units and establishments, performing operational, administrative, academic, personnel, and senior management functions.
Likewise, the general coordinator of social communication and spokesman for the Presidency, Jesús Ramírez Cuevas, travels with the president. He met the president through the writer Carlos Monsivais. During Mexico’s 2006 federal elections, he was an adviser to López Obrador and has remained close to him ever since. Since December 1, 2018, all officials have remained in their positions.
He said his wife, Beatriz Gutiérrez Müeller, will accompany him on the visit to Honduras. She is informed about her because she is in the United States as a guest at the ceremony of the Battle of Puebla.
On the same day, the Mexican president will travel to Honduras to meet with his counterpart, Xiomara Castro. arrive in Belize to have a meeting with the Prime Minister, Juan Antonio Briceño, and will conclude his tour in Cuba with a meeting with President Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez.