Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton visited Mexico to participate in the first G-20 Ministers of Foreign Affairs informal meeting in Los Cabos, February 18-20.
The Secretary discussed key issues the United States and other G-20 members face individually and as partners on global economic matters including principles for the international economic system, green growth and sustainable development, food security, and human development. Secretary Clinton also held meetings with counterparts to discuss bilateral issues, and signed the U.S.-Mexico Transboundary Hydrocarbons Agreement.
The United States and G-20 partners share many opportunities and challenges and work collaboratively on a wide range of issues. This visit provided an opportunity to reinforce close relations among nations and to identify common objectives and strategies to address global challenges and ensure global prosperity.
02/20/2012 Press Availability Following the G20 Ministerial Meetings; Los Cabos, Mexico
02/20/2012 Remarks at the Signing of the U.S.-Mexico Transboundary Agreement; Los Cabos, Mexico
02/19/2012 Remarks at the G-20 Ministerial
02/17/2012 Background Briefing Previewing Secretary Clinton's Participation in the First G-20 Ministers of Foreign Affairs Informal Meeting in Los Cabos, Mexico; Washington, DC
2012 G20 Mexico
02/20/2012 Fact Sheet on the U.S.-Mexico Transboundary Hydrocarbons Agreement