EPN and Macri raise a glass for Argentina and Mexico

"We aspire to see these agreements that we signed today multiply and finally brings us to realizing a full integration accord": Macri.

(Photo: EFE)
English 29/07/2016 15:25 EFE Buenos Aires Actualizada 15:25

Argentinean President Mauricio Macri AiresArgentinean President Mauricio Macri and his Mexican colleague Enrique Peña Nieto raised a glass for the "endearing relation" between both nations, during a lunch at the Museum of the Pink House, in Buenos Aires.

"This is your home. Thanks for visiting us. We will raise a glass for the Mexican and the Argentinean people. Long live Mexico, long live Argentina," said Macri.

The lunch came after a meeting with both presidents signing a series of bilateral agreements.

"We aspire to see these agreements that we signed today multiply and finally brings us to realizing a full integration accord," Macri said.

Peña Nieto thanked Macri for his hospitality and said that his visit to Argentina is "a step in the construction of a new stage in the relations between both nations."

He added that Argentina and Mexico "are two nations which have remained historically identified" and "part of the same region."

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