The North American Foreign Ministers met in Quebec, Canada on January 29. Foreign Secretary Claudia Ruiz Massieu, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and Foreign Minister Stéphan Dion of Canada met to discuss climate change, the environment, energy and global and regional issues, including prosperity and security for the region.

Foreign Secretary Ruiz Massieu also held separate bilateral meetings with Secretary of State Kerry and Foreign Minister Dion.  

FOTO 2 Conferencia de la Canciller Claudia Ruiz Massieu con sus hom logos de Estados Unidos y Canad   John Kerry y St phan DionjpgThe governments of Mexico, United States and Canada are working together to address the challenges to the region and to establish a multi-thematic agenda that has a positive impact on the societies and economies of the three nations.

 During the meeting, Canadian Foreign Minister Stéphane Dion confirmed that Canada would eliminate visas for Mexican citizens.

IMG 20160129 WA0006jpgForeign Secretary Ruiz Massieu said on Twitter (@ruizmassieu), “North American integration (#AméricaDelNorte) goes beyond trade: we produce and innovate together as a region."

We invite you to read the article the Foreign Secretary wrote for The Global Mail, a Canadian newspaper:

IMG 20160129 WA0028jpgPhoto gallery of the North American Foreign Ministers’ Meeting: