Mexico and Germany create Binational Commission

Both nations agreed to create a high-level Binational Commission to strengthen bilateral relations.
Mexican Foreign Minister, José Antonio Meade and his counterpart Frank-Walter Steinmeier . (Photo: Special )
09/06/2015
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By Newsroom 

Mexican Foreign Minister, José Antonio Meade, ended the working visit to Germany, where he met with his counterpart Frank-Walter Steinmeier to create the Mexico-Germany Binational Commission that will meet on a regular basis to strengthen bilateral relations. 

During his visit, the Mexican foreign minister stressed out the importance of the relations between the two countries, which, he said, go through a key moment.

"We are defining what Germany means to Mexico and what Mexico means to Germany," he said.

During the establishment of the Binational Commission, it was agreed to divide it into five sub-committees:

Political Affairs

Cooperation for Sustainable Development, Environment and Climate Change

Science, Research and Innovation

Economy, Energy, Trade, Investment and Tourism

Culture and Education

Mexico and Germany also signed a memorandum of understanding on digital infrastructure, where the cooperation and joint projects in the field of transport infrastructure, telecommunications and public works will be strengthened.

 

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