Theresa May will not make an unofficial visit to the country she was sworn in to as the British prime minister in 2019, a senior government source has told Reuters.
Theresa’s spokesman said: “The Prime Minister is focused on the task at hand.”
In a statement on Thursday, May’s office said the prime minister would not visit Guadalagua and other southern states “due to the current security situation.”
She will instead attend a ministerial meeting in Mexico City and other events, it said.
The Guadalamos have been in a state of emergency since May declared a state emergency following the July 5 attacks that killed at least 52 people in a popular beach resort.More: