Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday met with Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto at Los Pinos in Mexico. India and Mexico reviewed their bilateral ties, including political and economic, to further strengthen the relationship during talks.
The leaders recognized the opportunities to define the path of the India-Mexico Privileged Partnership for the 21st Century that allows the growth of bilateral relations in economic field, in science and technology and in the most important issues of the global agenda reflecting a broad convergence of long-term political, economic and strategic goals.
President Enrique Peña Nieto elaborated on the structural reforms undertaken in Mexico to promote economic growth and development. On his part, Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi highlighted the initiatives undertaken by his Government for the economic growth and the improvement of standard of living of the people.
Mexico has supported India’s membership of the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG), a 48-member club of nations that control trade in advanced nuclear technologies.