Martha Delgado presents her resignation to the Undersecretary for Multilateral Affairs and Human Rights

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Mexico.- Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard Casaubon received the resignation of Martha Delgado Peralta, who until today would have held the position of Undersecretary for Multilateral Affairs and Human Rights.

In a letter addressed to the Secretary of Foreign Relations, Delgado Peralta thanked President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, his wife Beatriz Gutiérrez Müller, and Foreign Minister Ebrard for the opportunity and confidence they gave him to lead multilateral issues and international human rights in his government. .

Likewise, he explained that his motives are to start personal and political projects that demand his complete dedication.

Within these almost five years in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Foreign Minister Ebrard highlighted, among others, the following achievements in foreign policy matters:

  1. The search in the world for medical supplies, equipment, medicines and vaccines against COVID-19, being the first country in Latin America to receive the antidote and the first to donate vaccines to sister countries in the region. The mission of obtaining more than 200 million doses for Mexicans and bringing important clinical trials to the country was fulfilled.
  2. The General Directorate of Global Economic Impulse was created, which founded a new stage of economic diplomacy; the Industrial Territorial Prospective Atlas was prepared to plan the economic promotion policy of the country abroad; the Transport Electrification Working Group was established to generate a roadmap that will give way to the transit of the automotive industry towards electromobility; and in just over a year of operations and despite the effects of the pandemic, it was possible to attract almost nine billion dollars of foreign investment to our country, including the expansion of the BMW plant in San Luis Potosí and the investment Tesla to install its electric car factory in Nuevo León.
  3. The Mexico Pavilion was installed at Expo 2020 Dubai, bringing more than 200 artists and speakers in its six months; It was visited by more than 360,000 people and 1,260 investors, who were shown the best of Mexico's artisanal, artistic, cultural, gastronomic, ecological, and tourist heritage. The pavilion not only won the gold trophy for first place in interior design in its category, but was also inscribed in the historical memory of the General Archive of the Nation.
  4. Urban diplomacy was also ventured, being the first time that the Mexican Foreign Ministry led the inclusion of cities and subnational governments in the priorities of our multilateral agenda, an activity that allowed Martha Delgado to be elected as the first president of the UN Habitat Urban World Assembly , from where cooperation and the exchange of experiences and success stories of public policies between the cities of Mexico and the entire world have been promoted.
  5. Within the scope of the United Nations Organization, all multilateral meetings were attended, always accompanied by legislators, civil society organizations, academic institutions and the private sector. Mexico had its third participation in history as a non-permanent member of the Security Council; It was facilitated to host three high-level international events (the Decade of Action for Indigenous Languages, the UNESCO World Conference on Cultural Policies and Sustainable Development-Mondiacult 2022, and the 2nd Global Forum against Racism and Discrimination) . Likewise, 70 of 72 candidacies presented in different UN organizations have been won, either for Mexico or for compatriot experts.
  6. In terms of human rights, eight different treaties and conventions of great global relevance were ratified, and in particular for the Latin American and Caribbean region, to protect domestic workers, the elderly, as well as activists and journalists; it was possible to grant humanitarian visas to the young women in the robotics team who fled Afghanistan with the arrival of the Taliban regime; Seridh was built, the first public information system that transparently locates the almost 3,800 recommendations that Mexico has received in the area of ​​human rights, as well as their status; and the Feminist Foreign Policy was implemented, which has given us international recognition for having the third best in the world according to the world ranking, only after Sweden and Norway.
  7. During this period, Mexico managed to increase the level of ambition of our NDC from 22 to 35% and permanently monitor the Paris Agreement and all climate commitments to reduce greenhouse gas emissions; Recognized leadership was obtained for the adoption of the post-2020 framework of the Convention on Biological Diversity. Also, Martha Delgado represented President López Obrador serving all this time as Mexico's Sherpa before the High Level Panel for a Sustainable Ocean Economy, where Mexico has been the first member country to publish its strategy and action plan.

The Director General for the United Nations Organization, Eduardo Jaramillo Navarrete, will be in charge of the office until the official appointment of the new head of the Undersecretary.

With information from the SRE

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