Frank and open dialogue between Mexico and Spain, reaffirms Senator Ricardo Monreal

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Mexico.- The president of the Political Coordination Board, Ricardo Monreal Ávila, met yesterday, Wednesday, with the Minister of Foreign Affairs, European Union and Cooperation of the Kingdom of Spain, José Manuel Albares Bueno, where he highlighted that between both nations there is a frank and open dialogue.

Monreal Ávila and José Manuel Albares held a cordial dialogue, in which they highlighted the need to maintain closeness between Mexico and Spain, as well as to overcome the obstacles in the bilateral relationship.

In this sense, they considered relevant institutional conversations, as well as government-to-government conversations, in order to overcome relationship problems; In addition, the importance of promoting inter-parliamentary meetings between both nations was underlined.

“We are committed to dialogue to face the challenges; the binational relationship of friendship and respect is unalterable”, expressed the parliamentary coordinator of Morena in the Senate of the Republic, through social networks.

For his part, the Spanish Foreign Minister said that this visit is intended to strengthen the ties of friendship between the two nations, which date back more than 500 years.

He also said that there are thousands of Spanish companies currently working in Mexico, and more than 20,000 Spanish families reside here permanently.

Therefore, in the context of the pandemic, Mexico and Spain must strengthen cooperation ties to promote economic recovery.

The meeting was attended by the Mexican ambassador to Spain, Quirino Ordaz Coppel; the ambassador of that nation in our country, Juan López Dóriga; the Secretary of State for Ibero-America and the Spanish Caribbean, Juan Fernández Trigo; as well as the parliamentary coordinators of the PRD, Miguel Ángel Mancera Espinosa; and from Movimiento Ciudadano, Clemente Castañeda Hoeflich.

With information from the Senate of Mexico

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