SAN SALVADOR (Reuters) – Salvadoran President-elect Nayib Bukele will assess whether the country should maintain diplomatic relations with China, a member of his team said on Thursday, less than a year after the outgoing government broke ties with Taiwan.
During the campaign, Bukele, who emerged victorious at the polls as an outsider candidate on Sunday, was critical of the benefits that El Salvador received after establishing diplomatic relations with China.
Federico - Anliker - Member - Bukele - Team
Federico Anliker, a close member of the Bukele team and secretary general of his New Ideas party, said the incoming administration would investigate why the outgoing government forged ties with China.
“We were not consulted, nor did they give us the reasons (for establishing) relations with China. Now we have to investigate in...
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