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Ecuadorian Police Storms Mexican Embassy in Quito, Countries Sever Diplomatic Relations


Ecuadorian police arrested former Vice President Jorge Glas, who sought asylum in Mexico, after storming the country’s embassy in Quito. Mexican diplomats were injured and the countries severed relations. The incident happened amid worsening tensions between Mexico City and Quito, prompting the expulsion of the Mexican ambassador. The director of the Latin America Watch NGO asserts that the Mexican government might declare war on Ecuador for invading the embassy, and if feasible, it will be carried out without impediments. “If López Obrador goes crazy, tomorrow he could declare war on Ecuador. The assault on the Mexican Embassy may be considered…

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