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Foreign Minister Alicia Bárcena met with leaders of the American Jewish Committee


(Photo: Twitter/AJCGlobal)
(Photo: Twitter/AJCGlobal)

Prior to her meeting with the Secretary of State of the United States, Antony Blinken, the head of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (SRE), Alicia Barcenamet this Wednesday in Mexico City with leaders of the American Jewish Committee (A.J.C.for its acronym in English).

Although the meeting was private, the international organization that defends the Jewish people and the State of Israel, thanked the continued collaboration of the Mexican government to strengthen the ties of said community in both countries.

“Thank you very much, @AliciaBarcena, Secretary of Foreign Affairs of Mexico, for meeting with the AJC in Mexico City to discuss how to strengthen ties between the United States and Mexico through effective collaboration and how to continue building bridges between Jewish communities American and Mexican-American

They also shared a photo where Bárcena appears next to the Mexican Dina Siegel Vanndirector of Arthur and Rochelle Belfer Institute for Latino and Latin American Affairs (BILLA) of the AJC in Washington, DC.

It is worth mentioning that last April, the former head of government of Mexico City and today a presidential candidate, Claudia Sheinbaumalso met with They were HazaryAJC official during the Americas Cities Summit in Denver, Colorado (USA).

Furthermore, in March 2019, the president Andrés Manuel López Obrador received members of the Committee at the National Palace with whom he discussed issues of economic cooperation and friendship to strengthen the trilateral relationship between the United States, Mexico and Israel.

(Photo: Government of Mexico)
(Photo: Government of Mexico)

At the meeting were the executive director of the AJC, David Harris, Dina Siegel Vannand the then Secretary of Foreign Affairs, Marcelo Ebrard, and the coordinator of Advisors participated, Lazaro Cardenas Batel.

AJC has a global network of offices, institutes and international associations that engage with leaders at the highest levels of government and civil society to counter anti-Semitism, open new doors for Israel and promote democratic values.

“Wherever the Jewish people need us, the AJC is there”reads on its website.

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