Mexico City: While condemning terrorism, the India-Mexico Joint Statement issued during Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi’s working visit to Mexico today, has also reaffirmed the importance to have an effective multilateral system, with the United Nations at its core, and agreed on the importance of continuing to support the progress in the process of comprehensive reforms of the United Nations Security Council.
The India-Mexico Joint Statement underscores the increasing importance of diversifying the economic exchanges between the two countries to promote trade and investment to a level corresponding to their true potential.
The statesment stresses the necessity of developing a greater connectivity between the two countries and encouraging cooperation in the infrastructure sector, among small and medium enterprises, in pharmaceutical products, in energy, in the automobile sector, in Information and Communication Technology, in agriculture, in food processing and in other related sectors.
It also highlights the instruction issued to the Foreign Ministers of both countries to develop the roadmap of the Privileged Partnership suitable for the 21stCentury, in the framework of the Seventh Mexico-India Joint Commission Meeting to be held in Mexico in 2016.
Both India and Mexico have welcomed collaboration in space science, earth observation, climate and environmental studies, and the efficient use of space-related resources available in India as well as in Mexico for remote sensing, advance warning for disaster prevention and launch of satellites between the Mexican Space Agency (AEM) and the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO).