Guatemala To Normalize Relations With Honduras

The Government of Guatemala will recognize Porfirio Lobo as the legitimate president of Honduras once he is sworn in.

Thursday, January 21, 2010

Álvaro Colom, Guatemalan head of state, announced that he will receive president-elect Porfirio Lobo in his Presidential Residence tomorrow.

"Carlos Amador, president of the Guatemalan Exporters Association (Agexport), ... assured that recognizing Lobo is crucial to resume the regional integration and competitiveness agenda", reported Prensalibre.com.



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