MIKTA is an informal economic block of countries comprised by Mexico, Indonesia, South Korea, Turkey and Australia. This partnership—created in 2013—aims to support the UN agenda for an effective global governance and the fight against climate change. Four ambassadors from MIKTA countries gathered in Quito last week to formally show their interest in adding Ecuador to their economic relations. The economic group focuses in only engaging with countries that have high democratic values, are interested in strengthening bilateral relations and want to engage in informal but meaningful discussions to promote social development and fairer societies. “We focus on multilateralism and…
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