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​Sixth India-Mexico Joint Commission Meeting

The Sixth India-Mexico Joint Commission Meeting(JCM) was held on 22nd October 2014. The meeting was co-chaired by Smt. Sushma Swaraj, External Affairs Minister and Mr. Jose Antonio Meade Kuribrena, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Mexico. This is the first time that the JCM has been held at Ministerial level since the establishment of the mechanism in 1984. The Mexican Foreign Minister was accompanied by Vice Foreign Minister Mr. Carlos de Icaza and a large inter-ministerial delegation.

The entire gamut of bilateral relations including political, economic & trade, energy, traditional medicines, science & technology, space, education tourism, consular and cultural issues were discussed by the two Ministers. They also discussed important regional and multilateral issues including India’s ongoing engagement with Community of Latin American Caribbean States (CELAC) and Pacific Alliance.

The Joint Working Group meetings on S&T, Tourism and Agriculture were held on the sidelines of the JCM on 20 October 2014. An MoU between ISRO and Mexican Space Agency on Space Cooperation for Peaceful Purposes was signed during the meeting.

The Ministers expressed confidence that the holding of the Joint Commission Meeting at Ministerial level will further strengthen and deepen the existing ‘Privileged Partnership’ established in 2007.

New Delhi
October 22, 2014

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