|Ambassador-designate Bruno Figueroa to Korea.|
“With the mission of promoting greater exchanges between Mexico and Korea and safeguarding the interests of Mexico and the Mexican community, Ambassador Bruno Figueroa assumed office as the Mexican Ambassador-designate to the Republic of Korea,” announced the Embassy of Mexico on April 17, 2017. Details of the announcement of the Embassy follow:
In his first activity as the diplomatic representative from Mexico in Seoul, Ambassador Figueroa met with diplomatic staff, members of Mexican agencies and Embassy’s employees, and expressed his commitment to expanding political, economic, educational and cultural exchanges with the Republic of Korea, within the framework of the Strategic Partnership established by both countries in 2005.
The Ambassador assured that one of his priorities will be to promote the bilateral economic agenda, in order to achieve larger amounts of trade and investment opportunities, as well as to encourage technical-scientific and educational-cultural exchanges as the main feature of Mexico’s relation with Korea as a means to increase our mutual ties of friendship. Ambassador Figueroa comes to Korea with a substantial experience in various areas of diplomatic service, including posts as Mexico’s Deputy Permanent Representative to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) and as Consul General in San Jose, California. In Mexico, he served as Director-General for Technical and Scientific Cooperation and, until March of 2017, he was the head of the General Directorate for the Mesoamerica Integration and Development Project, which is the coordinating office of the cooperation efforts of Mexico in Central America and the Caribbean.
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