Japan, Mexico discuss climate change, trade accordJapan
Japanese Foreign Minister Katsuya Okada and his Mexican counterpart Patricia Espinosa held talks in Tokyo on cooperation for the success of the next UN climate conference to be held in Mexico, and the review of a bilateral free trade agreement, Japanese officials said.
Okada and Espinosa were set to discuss what would constitute a desirable outcome for the upcoming climate talks, according to the officials.
The Mexican foreign secretary, who arrived in Japan earlier in the day, also told a lecture meeting at the United Nations University just before meeting with Okada that she expects the upcoming climate talks to reach an "agreement on a broad and balanced package that serves as a framework for collective action.
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