Social communication coordinator and Spokesman Eduardo Sánchez Hernández, and Chancellor Claudia Ruiz Massieu announced the official visit President Enrique Peña Nieto will pay to Washington DC, United States at the invitation of President Barack Obama.
This the second time that the two leaders will attend bilateral meeting in less than a month, and the issues to be discussed are climate change, energy, regional cooperation and border issues.
During the bilateral meeting, they will review the issues addressed by the two countries during the North American Leaders' Summit in Canada, designed to make North America the world’s most competitive region.
“The governments of Presidents Enrique Peña Nieto and Barack Obama, have managed to build bridges. They have taken advantage of their geographical proximity to be friends and strategic partners for the benefit of both nations.
Mexico and the United States has built an unshakable alliance for the benefit of their citizens”: Eduardo Sánchez Hernández.
Mexico - United States Bilateral Relations
- The United States has become Mexico’s main trading partner.
- Mexico is the United States’ second largest trading partner.
- The total value of trade between Mexico and the United States increased by 7.7% between 2012 and 2015.
- United States is the main country with FDI in Mexico.
- During the first 20 years of NAFTA, inter-regional trade has increased by 265%.
- Two years after the start of FOBESSI, the number of Mexican students in the United States increased from 14.799 in 2013 to over 30,900 in 2014.
- The number of American tourists to Mexico increased by 27% between 2012 and 2014, from 20.3 to 25.9 million.