Washington, DC, October 31, 2016
The Embassy of Mexico informs that Ambassador Carlos Sada, began a two-day work visit today to the city of Chicago, Illinois, where he is scheduled to meet with different representatives from the business, economic and political sectors of the city of Chicago and the state of Illinois.
During his visit, Ambassador Sada will meet with the Mayor of Chicago, Rahm Emmanuel, and with Illinois’ Lieutenant Governor, Evelyn Sanguinetti.
The ambassador will attend a work meeting with community leaders in the area, and another event with religious leaders to discuss several issues important to the Mexican and Mexican-American communities in the region.
At the invitation of a group of Mexican businessmen residing in Illinois, the ambassador will participate in an event to discuss opportunities to strengthen economic and commercial ties with Mexico. Separately, the ambassador will answer questions with business executives in Illinois who invest or are seeking to invest in Mexico.
Ambassador Sada will be the guest of honor at a lunch with councilmen, state representatives and senators, and will also hold a work meeting with officials of the Consulate General of Mexico in Chicago.
This trip is a part of the visits that the ambassador and other officials of the Mexican Foreign Ministry regularly undertake throughout the U.S. in order to strengthen trade, cultural, educational, academic, political and commercial ties between Mexico and the United States, as well as consolidate political alliances with different actors in the country.
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