Mexico calls on UN to suspend Ecuador until it apologises for embassy raid

Mexico calls on UN to suspend Ecuador until it apologises for embassy raid
Mexico calls on UN to suspend Ecuador until it apologises for embassy raid

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Nevin Al Sukari - Sana'a - Police officer stand watch outside the Ecuadorean embassy, after Ecuadorean authorities arrested former Ecuador’s vice president Jorge Glas, seizing him from the Mexican embassy in Mexico City and prompting Mexico to suspend bilateral relations. — Reuters pic

MEXICO CITY, April 11 — Mexico is calling for Ecuador to be suspended from the United Nations until the South American country issues a public apology for its raid on Mexico’s embassy in Quito, Mexican Foreign Minister Alicia Barcena said today.

The demand is part of a case Mexico is presenting to the International Court of Justice, the top UN court, which is also known as the World Court.

It comes after Ecuador police on Friday entered the embassy and arrested its former Vice President Jorge Glas, who had sought and was granted political asylum in Mexico.

The arrest, which Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador has criticized as “authoritarian,” prompted Mexico to suspend diplomatic ties with Ecuador.

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The case will be presented to the court during the day on Thursday, Barcena explained, adding that Mexico hopes to test the international justice system so that events like the one in Quito do not happen again. — Reuters

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