United States Secretary of State Antony Blinken said that Incoming presidential government that Biden, Is committed to bilateral relations with Mexico, Which is 200 years old.
On Tuesday, following a meeting with Mexico’s foreign affairs secretary, Marcello Eberard, Blinken shared a message on the social network, in which, also confirmed the importance of the link with Mexico.
“We have valued our bond with Mexico and we are committed to a nearly 200-year bilateral relationship,” he wrote.
I had a wonderful conversation this afternoon with the Mexican Foreign Secretary @m_ebrard Regarding the need for continued cooperation between the United States and Mexico. We value our bond with Mexico and are committed to bilateral relations that are nearly 200 years old.
– Secretary Antony Blinken (@SecBlinken)
January 27, 2021
In addition, he shared that the “need for continued cooperation” between the two countries was to highlight with the Mexican foreign minister.
For his part, Ebrard did the same on his Twitter account, where Confirmed that Mexico and the United States began work to implement the best possible relations between the two countries.
I had a productive and cordial conversation with the new Secretary of State of the United States of America, Antony Blinken, confirmed today in the Senate of that country. We began work to implement the best possible relations between our two great countries.
– Marcelo Eberard C (@m_ebrard)
January 27, 2021
Antony Blinken, with experience in the Bill Clinton (1993–2001) and Barack Obama (2009–2017) administrations, went on to take office from the United States Senate.
Blinken’s confirmation represents the return of the country’s traditional allies and the United States to foreign policy, following the turn that former President Donald Trump’s government needed.