Ex Sinaloa governor wouldn’t arrive until spring 2022 at the Embassy of Mexico in Spain


Madrid, Spain.- Until spring of the next year 2022, between February or March, Quirino Ordaz Coppel could assume the Embassy of Mexico in Spain.

This has recently been reported in the international media, including, as stated by the renowned journalist, Alberto Peláez, Head of Televisa News in Spain.

“The Government is considering the decision not to accept Quirino Ordaz, former Governor of Sinaloa as the new Mexican Ambassador to Spain, however, he will be the next Ambassador, he will, but he will not come as he had to come there in the month of November or December. If not, it will be until the end of winter, the beginning of spring, according to informed sources, it will be, but it will be until the end of February or March ”.

The also war correspondent and writer, has mentioned that the refusal of the Government of Spain so far has nothing to do with Ordaz Coppel’s performance as state agent.

It would be related to the speeches that have taken place during the morning conferences of the President of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, in which emphasis is placed on historical events, leaving the nation of the European continent in a bad way.

For now, the work of the Mexican Embassy in Spain has been left in the hands of the former deputy director of the General Directorate for Europe in 2015, Óscar Arturo Esparza Vargas, awaiting his replacement in the coming months, when the bilateral relationship between Mexico – Spain has another position.

Source: losnoticieristas.com

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