Two Day Event marks 7th Meeting of the Belize-Mexico Bi-National Commission

Sunday, September 2nd, 2012

Press Release – Belmopan, 31st August, 2012 – The Governments of Belize and Mexico held the 7th Meeting of the Belize–Mexico Bi-National Commission on 30th and 31st August, 2012 at the Princess Hotel, Free Zone. During the meeting the delegations discussed advances made in a number of areas important to the bilateral agenda, including the Belize Civic Centre, the new northern border crossing, immigration, security, education, trade & investment, tourism, transportation, agriculture and others.

The delegations noted that a great deal of progress has been made since the 6th Bi-National Meeting held in 2010 in Chetumal Quintana Roo. The delegations also noted that the success of this two-day meeting is a reflection of the growing strength of bilateral relations that exist between Belize and Mexico. They renewed their commitment to work together to continue engaging in efforts that will contribute to achieving social and economic development for Belizeans and Mexicans alike.

The delegations were headed by His Excellency Alexis Rosado, Chief Executive Officer in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Belize and Her Excellency Norma Pensado, Under-Secretary for Latin America and the Caribbean in the Secretariat of Foreign Affairs of Mexico, and included the participation of a number of senior government officials from both countries.


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