Ecuadorian President, Rafael Correa, said this Friday in Buenos Aires that his country’s relations with the United States were “beaten” after the leak of secret diplomatic cables through Wikileaks website.
“They are, at least, beaten,” said the President while asked about the relations of the two countries due to the international outrage, after attending the inauguration of Manuela Sáenz bust, an Ecuadorian heroin, in Puerto Madero neighborhood, Argentina.
The President stressed that “Latin America and the whole world should sit down and talk to the U.S., (and say) stop interfering with our sovereignty and independence” in order “to have more clear and transparent relations.”
He warned that “every country should have confidential exchange of embassies but depends on the objectives,” but said “we have to wait a little longer to see the seriousness of the problem.”
Ecuadorian President also said his government is analyzing the leaked documents “to see the extent of disloyalty and even manipulation, to react, and take an official position.”