MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - A Mexican deputy foreign minister said on Monday that the government had not made a decision to declare Bolivia’s ambassador a “persona non grata.”
“Our position is for dialogue and to keep building communication channels,” said Maximiliano Reyes, the deputy foreign minister for Latin America and the Caribbean, in a local television interview.
Bolivia named Mexico’s ambassador to the South American country a “persona non grata” earlier in the day.
Reporting by Diego Ore and Daina Beth Solomon
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