After a four-year hiatus, heads of state from nearly twenty countries in Latin America and the Caribbean met in Mexico City to discuss issues including addressing the shortage of COVID-19 vaccines and providing aid during natural disasters. The summit was chaired by Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador. Tensions flared when calls were made to do away with the Organization of American States and presidents of opposite political persuasions exchanged barbs. Reporting from Mexico City, Citlali Sáenz, brings an account of the summit.
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