AMLO warns of an increase in the price of tortillas due to the crisis in Asia

AMLO warns of an increase in the price of tortillas due to the crisis in Asia

Tlaxcala.- The president Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador warned that the conflicts in Asia could have an impact on the Mexican economy, increased the price of the tortilla for the cost of corn.

During his tour of the state of Tlaxcala, AMLO reiterated that world leaders agree on prevent further conflict in Asiaasking to reach agreements for pacification in different aspects.

“Now there is also an uneasiness in Asia and we are asking the heads of state, the powers, to act responsibly, not to think about the economic, political, war elites, to think about the peoples because if there is a problem with this world inflation here increase the price of tortillas and in another country the price of bread increases, and what is the fault of the people for the lawsuits above, for the interests of these countries?”, mentioned the Mexican president.

In this sense, Andrew Manuel He recalled that this Friday, during his morning conference, he reiterated making a 5-year truce between all the countries of the world, which would require the cooperation of Pope Francis, the Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi, and the Secretary General of the UN, António Guterres, for his execution.

On the other hand, AMLO announced that when he ceases to be Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces, in September 2024, he will recommend to the Armed Forces that they not allow the assets of the people and the nation to be delivered to individuals.

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