Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton traveled to Mexico at the invitation of Foreign Secretary Patricia Espinosa on Monday, January 24, 2011.
Secretary of State Clinton and Secretary Espinosa met in Guanajuato to discuss key issues that the United States and Mexico face individually and as partners, including joint cooperation to combat organized crime, strengthening the competitiveness of our two economies, modernizing the border between our countries and advancing the global climate change agenda after the Cancun Summit.
The United States and Mexico share many opportunities and challenges and work collaboratively on a wide range of issues. This visit was an opportunity to reinforce the close relations between the two nations and to identify common objectives and strategies to ensure greater security and well-being for the citizens of both countries.
01/24/2011 Secretary Clinton's Opening Remarks With Mexican Foreign Secretary Patricia Espinosa (with interpretation)
01/24/2011 Secretary Clinton's Remarks With Mexican Foreign Secretary Patricia Espinosa
01/24/2011 Secretary Clinton's Interview With Rossana Fuentes of CNN en Espanol
01/24/2011 Secretary Clinton's Interview With Denise Maerker of Televisa