• The XII Meeting of the Binational Commission is scheduled for the end of this year to continue the constructive dialogue.

The Presidents of Mexico and Guatemala, Enrique Peña Nieto and Jimmy Morales, held a meeting today within the framework of the work of the 25th Ibero-American Summit, at which they discussed the importance of creating synergies to advance key areas of joint work such as infrastructure and regional development and maintain an ongoing dialogue on migration issues.

Aware of the importance of constructive exchange at the highest level, President Peña Nieto and President Morales have held three meetings in less than a year. Accordingly, the XII Meeting of the Binational Commission has been scheduled for the end of this year.

The 960-kilometer border we share with Guatemala, make this country a strategic ally for Mexico. Guatemala is our largest trading partner in Central America, while Mexico is the main investor in Guatemala among the Latin American and Caribbean countries, and the third largest worldwide.