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  • Contingent of Mexican Students to the U.S.

    Contingent of Mexican Students to the U.S.

    Mexico City, October 31, 2014 – Over 200 students received student visas today at the US Embassy in Mexico City, as part of the 100,000 Strong in the Americas and “Proyecto Cien Mil” Initiatives, both part of Presidents Obama and Peña Nieto’s plans to increase student exchanges between the United States and Mexico.

  • Journalists and NGOs to Discuss Press Freedom

    Journalists and NGOs to Discuss Press Freedom

    Mexico City, October 29, 2014 – Ambassador Wayne hosted a round table with journalists and non-governmental organizations working in support of press freedom in advance of the International Day to End Impunity for Crimes against Journalists.

  • Ambassador Wayne at Daniel Pearl World Music Days

    Daniel Pearl World Music Days

    In 2002, Daniel Pearl, an American-Israeli journalist who worked for The Wall Street Journal was kidnapped, tortured, and killed by extremists in Karachi, Pakistan. Shortly after Daniel’s death, Daniel’s friends and family founded the Daniel Pearl Foundation

  • 50th Anniversary of the Chamizal Convention

    50th Anniversary of the Chamizal Convention

    Ambassador Wayne attended a commemoration ceremony today hosted by the Ministry of Foreign Relations to mark this important event in our two countries’ history.

  • Merida Initiative

    Merida Initiative

    In December 2008, Mexico and the United States signed the Merida Initiative agreement, opening a chapter of historic cooperation and acknowledging the shared responsibilities of the United States and Mexico to counter the effects of organized crime threatening citizens on both sides of the border.


Embassy News

  • U.S. Embassy Trains Chiapas Officials
    U.S. Embassy Trains Chiapas Officials on Trafficking in Persons

    Mexico City, October 27, 2014 – The Department of Justice’s Office of Prosecutorial Development, Assistance, and Training (OPDAT) began a basic Trafficking in Persons (TIP) course for 50 officials from the Chiapas State Attorney General’s Office in Tapachula.  

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    Mexico and U.S. Meet to Advance Expedited Transit of Persons and Goods across the Border through Improved Border Security

    Mexico City, October 22, 2014 – As part of the High Level Economic Dialogue between Mexico and the United States, the Sixth Technical Meeting of the Executive Steering Committee (EBC) for the 21st Century Border took place yesterday with the participation of U.S. Ambassador to Mexico Anthony Wayne and the Undersecretary of Foreign Relations for North American Affairs Sergio Alcocer along with several high level officials from both countries.  

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    FDA Builds Closer Ties with Mexico

    Many of the goods you use and enjoy every day are imported from Mexico. They include foods such as tomatoes and avocados, FDA-approved medications, and lower-risk medical devices such as surgical drapes and wheelchair components.