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Readout of Secretary Kelly's Meeting with Mexican Secretary of Foreign Relations Luis Videgaray Caso

Release Date: 
February 9, 2017

For Immediate Release
Office of the Press Secretary
Contact: 202-282-8010

WASHINGTON – Yesterday, Secretary of Homeland Security John Kelly met with Mexican Secretary of Foreign Relations Luis Videgaray Caso to discuss the strong partnership and shared values between the United States and Mexico, noting that preservation of the social and economic interconnectedness of our countries is a matter of national and economic security.

Secretaries Kelly and Videgaray discussed the development over the last decade of an unprecedented level of trust and operational collaboration between our nations, and the importance of continuing this close work and cooperation as regional partners. Secretary Kelly affirmed the commitment of DHS to working with Mexican partners to engage on common economic and security opportunities and challenges, such as border security, migration management, repatriation and cross-border trade.

The Department remains committed to fostering and deepening its relationship with Mexico and exploring how we can further collaborate to address larger regional challenges.

Secretary of Homeland Security John Kelly met with Mexican Secretary of Foreign Relations Luis Videgaray Caso to discuss the Department’s strong partnership with Mexico and the commitment to shared international interests in border security, migration management, repatriation, and cross-border trade.

Secretary of Homeland Security John Kelly met with Mexican Secretary of Foreign Relations Luis Videgaray Caso to discuss the Department’s strong partnership with Mexico and the commitment to shared international interests in border security, migration management, repatriation and cross-border trade. (DHS Photo/Jetta Disco.)

 

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