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AMBASSADOR DAVID NÁJERA PRESENTED HIS CREDENTIAL LETTERS TO KOLINDA GRABAR-KITAROVIĆ, PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF CROATIA

Zagreb, Croatia, May 8th 2018. – Ambassador David Renato Nájera Rivas presented today to the President of Croatia, H.E. Mrs. Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović, his Credential Letters, accrediting him as concurrent Ambassador of the United Mexican States to the Republic of Croatia.

The ceremony took place in the Official Residence of the President of Croatia, in Zagreb, during which Ambassador David Nájera endorsed the friendly relations that exist between the Croatian and Mexican people. The Ambassador of Mexico transmitted the cordial greetings of President Enrique Peña Nieto to President Grabar-Kitarović and the desire of the Government of Mexico to continue strengthening bilateral cooperation between the two countries. After the ceremony of presentation of the Credential Letters, the Ambassador met with the Deputy Minister of the Croatian General Directorate of Political Affairs, Mr. Vice Skračić in the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs of the Republic of Croatia.  

Mexico and Croatia established diplomatic relations on December 6th, 1992, through an exchange of Notes between the Permanent Representatives of both countries before the United Nations Organization, in New York. As of November 1999, the Embassy of Mexico in Hungary is concurrent with the Government of Croatia. Currently, Mr. Marin Bosotina is the Honorary Consul of Mexico in Split, Croatia and Ms. Ljerka Cerc is the Honorary Consul of Mexico in Zagreb, Croatia. In 2016, the total trade between Croatia and Mexico reached 44.8 million dollars. The main products that Mexico exported to Croatia in 2015 were vehicles for the transport of people, machines and devices to wrap merchandise and parts of seats, in accordance with figures published by the Ministry of Economy of Mexico.

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