Since the beginning of President Macri’s administration, the bilateral relationship between Mexico and Argentina has been experiencing a new dynamism. There is a strong commitment to deepen the political, economic, commercial, financial and cooperation aspects of the relationship.

This new dynamism coincides with internal transformations in both countries, that are motivated by a shared ideal to be increasingly prosperous and inclusive countries that provide better development opportunities for its citizens.

The most important forum for the bilateral political dialogue is the Strategic Partnership Agreement (EPA) Council. It is composed of three committees:

1) Political Affairs

2) Economic, Commercial and Financial Affairs

3) Cooperation

The latter is made up of the Joint Technical-Scientific and Educational-Cultural Commissions. The Council has met three times, most recently in October 2014 in Buenos Aires. The fourth meeting will be held on July 29, during President Enrique Peña Nieto’s State visit to Argentina.