Courtesy Embassy of MexicoMexico’s foreign secretary, Jose Antonio Meade (right), met recently in Washington, D.C. with Canada’s foreign minister, John Baird (from left) and U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry. Trade was among the topics discussed in recent meetings of Mexico’s foreign secretary with Canada’s foreign minister and U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry in Washington, D.C.
Mexico’s foreign secretary, Jose Antonio Meade, participated in several official activities ahead of the North American Leaders’ Summit in February in Mexico, according to a news release from the Embassy of Mexico.
Meade and Canada’s foreign minister, John Baird, discussed trade and visa requirements for Mexican nationals in a bilateral meeting.
In a meeting that also include Kerry, the three officials discussed education, science, technology and other issues.
At a meeting with the Council of the Americas, an organization that promotes businesses and development in North America, Meade discussed the solidity of Mexico’s democratic institutions, the country’s economic stability and the structural reforms passed by the Mexican congress during Mexican President Peña Nieto’s first year in office.