Andrés Manuel López Obrador, appointed Mexico, and Taro Kono, Foreign Minister of Japan, agreed to expand their commercial and civilian protection relations, especially in the field of earthquake prevention, and a visit by officials addressing security issues to Japan in October , according to a tweet by the Mexican president.
After the meeting, López Obrador published a photograph that shook hands with Kono and discussed topics such as peaceful resolution of disputes, independence and self-determination. of the people.
Today I spoke with Japan's Chancellor Tarō Kōno. We deal with issues of economic cooperation, trade, civil protection (earthquake prevention), participation in multilateral organizations, peaceful settlement of disputes, independence and self-determination among people. pic.twitter.com/IdRM3sw6E0
̵1; Andrés Manuel (@lopezobrador_) August 17, 2018
After the meeting, Marcelo Ebrard, who will be chancellor of the incoming government, said that the next Secretary of Public security, Alfonso Durazo, and those in charge of the civil protection mission in the forthcoming administration, are visiting Japan in October to analyze problems in this matter.
He explained that Taro Kono at the meeting of Foreign Minister Japan, with the elected President of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, was interested in extending the close relationship between both countries to look for new ways to Commercial agreement 2005 can be expanded to improve the commercial balance.
Ebrard also stated that Japan is interested in increasing investment in the automotive and auto parts when the negotiations on the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) terminate and the new terms are defined.
Foreign Minister Japan, Taro Kono, arrived just before 5:00 on Friday at the chosen president's office. Through his Twitter account, the Japanese minister published a photograph accompanied by López Obrador.