Pakistan’s Envoy presents credentials to Mexican President

Ambassador of Pakistan to Mexico, Shozab Abbas has presented his credentials to President Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) at ceremony held in the presidential palace in Mexico City.

During his meeting with President López Obrador, the Ambassador emphasized the importance of strengthening bilateral diplomatic, political, economic, and scientific relations between Pakistan and Mexico.

He highlighted the potential for enhanced cooperation in various sectors, reaffirming the commitment of both nations to deepen their ties.

He recalled historic cooperation between Mexico and Pakistan during the 1960s Green Revolution, initiated by the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO). This period witnessed collaborative efforts between agro-scientists from both countries, leading to the development of the high-yield wheat variety known as Mexi-pak.

The Ambassador Abbas congratulated President López Obrador on the successful elections held this month.  He advocated for the reopening of the Mexican embassy in Islamabad, a move that President López Obrador principally agreed to.

Pakistan and Mexico enjoy cordial relations and support a consensus on United Nations Security Council reforms. However, high-level political interactions are essential to further promote bilateral relations and bring the people of both countries closer together in areas of mutual interest.

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