Rolando Herrera / Reform
Monday, August 29, 2022 | 17:50
ORLANDO, United States. – After being disappointed after the launch of the Artemis 1 spacecraft, a ceremony to which he was invited to Cape Canaveral, Secretary of State Marcelo Ebrard called for the inclusion of sexual diversity at the Mexican consulate in Orlando, Fla. opened a window for ,
“During his visit to the Mexican Consulate in Orlando, Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard also inaugurated the first inclusion window for the LGBTQ community of the Mexican Consular Network, which guarantees and monitors that consular services are transversely inclusive,” External Reported to the Secretariat of Relations.
In the company of the consul, Juan Sabines, former governor of Chiapas, Ebrard cut the ribbon and highlighted the work that the consulate is doing in favor of inclusion not only of the LGBTQ community, but of indigenous communities as well.
“(I want to) congratulate you for the work you’re doing here in Orlando, and it’s a very thriving, growing community throughout the state of Florida, so what you do is work in the United States and Canada. And resonates in other countries where we have consulates,” he said.
Hours earlier, during the early hours, Ebrard uploaded a video in which he is seen boarding a bus, explaining that he was traveling with other guests at the time to watch the takeoff of the Space Launch System. . sls). , in English) Artemis 1.
“Hello, good morning, it’s half past three in the morning, we are going to the Artemis 1 launch facilities. We are on the bus with different guests, there are many guests, we are from Latin America, there is a representation of Colombia, Paraguay and Brazil.
“And among the space agencies, obviously the European Union, which is an important part of this project, there’s South Korea, now I just met the director, I was with him in Seoul, the United Kingdom, France, Italy. Seems That they are all, well, obviously Canada, Canada also has relevant participation,” he said.
The Foreign Minister informed that Mexico is participating in the project to launch Artemis 2 and Artemis 3 with nanosatellites and a robot.
In the morning, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA, for its acronym in English) announced the postponement of the launch due to a fuel leak detected during takeoff preparation.