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  • 5 July 2016

    Bilateral relations were top of the agenda during Monday’s talks between Katarzyna Kacperczyk and Gabriela Cuevas Barron, Chairwoman of the Foreign Affairs Committee of Mexico’s Senate, who is visiting Warsaw with a group of senators.

    “Mexico is one of our principal partners in Latin America; we want to maintain high-level political dialogue, also in the parliamentary dimension,” underscored the deputy minister. The discussions also covered economic relations, and prospects for additional Polish-Mexican cooperation in the framework of the Pacific Alliance (Mexico, Chile, Colombia, and Peru), in which Poland has observer status.






    Both sides agreed that Poland and Mexico have traditionally cultivated good political relations. The officials underlined positive experiences of cooperation in the Mexico-V4 format. They highlighted the need for enhancing scientific, research and economic collaboration in such fields as innovative SMEs, energy and food sectors. Other topics included regional and global ramifications of the United Kingdom referendum, and the forthcoming presidential election in the United States.


    The delegation of senators has come to Warsaw at the invitation of the Foreign Affairs Committees of the Polish Sejm and Senate. A Mexico-Poland friendship group was set up at Mexico’s Congress this year. In 2015, Mexico was the major destination for Polish exports (USD 654 million) in Latin America.


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