AMLO Celebrates Ambassadors and Consuls who Represent Mexico.
On Thursday, President Andrés Manuel López Obrador received ambassadors and consuls at the National Palace.
On his social media, he highlighted that it was a pleasant meeting with “women and men who represent Mexico responsibly and with dignity.”
Muy grato encuentro en Palacio Nacional con embajadores y cónsules, mujeres y hombres que representan a México de manera responsable y digna. pic.twitter.com/I1XIto6J8W
— Andrés Manuel (@lopezobrador_) January 11, 2024
During the meeting, the president was accompanied by the Secretary of Foreign Affairs, Alicia Bárcena Ibarra; the head of the Undersecretariat of Foreign Affairs, Jennifer Feller Enríquez; the Undersecretary for Latin America and the Caribbean of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Laura Elena Carrillo Cubillas, and the Undersecretary for Multilateral Affairs and Human Rights of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Joel Hernández García.
Also present at the gathering in the Treasury Hall were the Head of Unit for North America of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Roberto Velasco Álvarez, and the Executive Director of the Mexican Agency for International Development Cooperation (AMEXCID), Gloria Sandoval Salas.
Gracias Presidente @LopezObrador_ por acoger con tanta generosidad al cuerpo diplomático de??y a @SRE_mx en Palacio Nacional. El humanismo mexicano trasciende fronteras en sus 162 embajadas y consulados para servir a su gente. #REC2024 https://t.co/ohztG5jnUy
— Alicia Bárcena (@aliciabarcena) January 12, 2024
Present were ambassadors and consuls who attended the call from:
Salt Lake City
San Jose, California
San Juan, Puerto Rico
Commonwealth of Australia
Ukraine / transitioning to Vancouver
Eagle Pass, Texas
San Pedro Sula
Hungary, Bulgaria, and Croatia
Trinidad and Tobago
People’s Republic of China
Ethiopia / transitioning to Montreal
Rio de Janeiro
Del Rio, Texas
Also in attendance were representatives of the Mexico Office before the Palestine Authority; the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO); the United Nations (UN) in New York and Rome; the Organization of American States (OAS); the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) and International Organizations.
Latina Republic is dedicated to promoting regional understanding through compelling narratives, articles, interviews, and reports that emanate from the heart of the Americas. Our foremost goal is to facilitate constructive dialogue by illuminating local viewpoints frequently overshadowed by mainstream media. Our mission is to equip all stakeholders with essential insights for addressing regional issues, thus empowering them in their efforts. We are committed to portraying the victories and hardships of everyday life in Latin America, while also chronicling the progression of social movements and amplifying the voices of those at the forefront of change.