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El presidente hondureño defiende sus reformas en EEUU para pedir más ayudas

President Juan Orlando Hernández of Honduras is quoted from his speech at the Wilson Center. This article is in Spanish.


"Centroamérica y EE.UU. siempre van a ser vecinos, recordemos esto. Mi padre siempre me decía: 'hijo, al vecino hay que tenerlo contento, hay que compartir con él, crecer con él'", comentó hoy el presidente hondureño en una conferencia impartida en el centro de estudios Wilson Center de Washington.


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This article was also published by USA Hispanic Press, Alianza News, and Hola Ciudad.

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