The US government ruled on the victory of Gustavo Petro

The US government ruled on the victory of Gustavo Petro

There are more and more political leaders around the world those who have spoken after the victory of the candidate of the Historical Pact, Gustavo Petro, who is now the newly elected president of Colombia.

Among the messages of congratulations and support received by the leader of the left, is the current one United States Secretary of State Antony Blinkenwho through his Twitter account sent a message to all Colombians.

In context: Juan Carlos Pinzón resigned as Colombian ambassador to the United States.

In this official pronouncement by the Government of the North American country, Blinken highlighted the development of what was the second presidential roundat the same time that indicated that his country is willing to maintain relations with Colombia, just as it has for years.

“Congratulations to the Colombian people for exercising their right to vote and reaffirming the strength of their democracy. We look forward to continuing our strong partnership with President-elect Gustavo Petro. and the construction of a more democratic and equitable hemisphere,” Blinken wrote on his social network.

It should be noted that Colombia and the United States are celebrating 200 years of diplomatic relations and it is the first time that a left-wing leader has come to power, which is why the expectation about what his Government and his foreign relations will be, for the period 2022-2026, it is high.

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The main leftist leaders of Latin America have sent their regards to the Colombian people and have congratulated Petro on his victory, among them Nicolás Maduro (Venezuela), Andrés Manuel López Obrador (Mexico), Miguel Díaz-Canel (Cuba) and Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva (Brazil).

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