Ebrard inaugurates SRE office in Tuxtepec and announces support for exporters from the Papaloapan basin
When inaugurating today the Municipal Liaison Office of the SRE in Tuxtepec, Oaxaca, Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard said that the commitment of the government of President López Obrador is to bring services closer to the entire town and not only to inhabitants of the capitals.
For the second consecutive day, the Secretary of Foreign Relations inaugurated a Liaison Office of the Ministry of Foreign Relations in the state of Oaxaca, this time in the town of Tuxtepec, which will offer services to the municipalities of the region of the river basin. Papaloapan, both from Oaxaca and Veracruz.
Yesterday, the foreign minister inaugurated another office in the municipality of Huajapan, to offer service to the Mixtec area of Oaxaca.
In his speech in Tuxtepec, Secretary Ebrard said that "President López Obrador asked us a long time ago to take the Foreign Relations offices to the locations where they are most needed."
"Here in Tuxtepec, in the entire Papaloapan Basin, there has not been a Foreign Relations office in the more than 200 years of independent life of Mexico," he added before more than 5,000 people who gathered for the inauguration of the office.
During his meeting with local authorities and inhabitants of the region, Foreign Minister Ebrard heard requests for the Foreign Ministry to support the promotion of agricultural exports from the Papaloapan basin, such as ginger.
The foreign minister explained that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs is organizing visits by mayors from all over the country to different countries in order to identify potential buyers of Mexican exports.
“In the next one that we are going to do to the United States, I am going to invite the mayor again to attend […] to an event for the sale and purchase of natural products” for the region.
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