The Secretary of Foreign Relations of Mexico, Marcelo Ebrard Casaubon, start a working tour in India, beginning with a meeting of G20 Foreign Ministers in New Delhi.
Mexico believes that the G20 should contribute to solving the major challenges currently facing the international community, particularly the most vulnerable countries, such as food and energy insecurity, social exclusion, and threats to international peace and security. Mexico will always bet on dialogue, diplomacy and cooperation.
Within the framework of the G20 meeting, the foreign ministers of the MIKTA group, of which Mexico is a part, will meet for the transfer of coordination of the group from Turkey to Indonesia.
In a complex and challenging geopolitical context, MIKTA’s role is more relevant than ever due to its role as a bridge builder.
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At the end of the G20 ministerial meeting, the Mexican foreign minister will attend the Raisina Dialogue, an important forum on international news organized by the Observer Research Foundation, with support from the Indian Foreign Ministry.
Ebrard will participate in two round tables: one on the G20 and the second on the arrival of leftist governments in Latin America. Likewise, he will hold a one-on-one dialogue in which he will discuss current issues.
In the bilateral sphere, the Minister of Foreign Relations heads a delegation of businessmen, a group of specialists from the National Polytechnic Institute and the “Salvador Zubirán” National Institute of Medical Sciences and Nutrition.
The Mexican Foreign Minister will attend the signing of the Memorandum of Understanding between the Mexican Agency for Development Cooperation (Amexcid) and the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR).
Also, he will be part of a panel with the four main startups in India and will hold meetings on advances in electromobility in that country with the company Sun Mobility.
In the city of Mumbai, the Secretary of Foreign Affairs will meet with the executive director of the Incubation Center for the governments of the states of Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh and with the president of the TATA Group consortium, which has a presence in Mexico.
Likewise, he will visit the laboratories of the leading pharmaceutical company ImmunoACT, with which cooperation channels have been established for the transfer of state-of-the-art Indian technology for cancer treatment.