President Enrique Peña Nieto paid a state visit to Argentina, during which 17 bilateral cooperation agreements were signed in various fields.
 
Mexico and Argentina agreed to give new impetus to and build a new stage in bilateral relations to achieve greater development and social justice, and expand opportunities for the fulfillment of both peoples.

Today, they share a vision of the road to be traveled to continue building opportunities for development, justice and growth for both societies. 

Seventeen different agreements were signed on fishing and aquaculture; cooperation in the wine sector, phyosanitary collaboration and support for science and technology, among other areas.

Foremost among these is an agreement to promote greater tourism between the two countries. In the past year, the number of tourists from Argentina to Mexico has grown by 40 percent, equivalent to 300,000 more Argentine tourists.

Mexico and Argentina are two of the main economies in Latin America; both belong to the G20, the group of 20 countries with the world’s most developed economies.

”We must leverage this opportunity to relaunch the relationship, on the basis of the path we are now tracing, through the signing of various agreements on different subjects. 

There is a political will by both governments to enrich, expand and further strengthen relations between Argentina and Mexico and Mexico and Argentina”: EPN