Mexico says top US, Mexican officials to meet in DC Jan 25-26

January 20, 2017 00:47


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MEXICO CITY - Mexico said on Thursday that key Mexican officials will hold meetings on January 25 and 26 with US President-Elect Donald Trump's top aides in Washington, D.C. to discuss bilateral relations, notably security, trade and migration.

In a statement, the foreign ministry said that Mexican foreign minister Luis Videgaray and economy minister Ildefonso Guajardo would attend talks with chief-of-staff Reince Reibus, Trump's son-in-law and advisor Jared Kushner, among others.

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