Mexican foreign minister visits AustriaChina
Agencia de noticias China “Xinhua”
Mexican Foreign Minister Patricia Espinosa Tuesday held talks with her Austrian counterpart Micheal Spindelegger on climate change, organized crime and the United Nations Security Council.
Espinosa, who arrived here Tuesday for a visit, also met with Austrian President Heinza Fischer and Arts Minister Claudia Schmied.
Espinosa discussed the 16th Conference of the Parties on Climate Change, which will be held in the Mexican resort city of Cancun, with Spindelegger.
The two also exchanged views on the United Nations Security Council, of which both nations are holders of non-permanent seats, and Mexico's fight against organized crime.
During her talks with Schmeid, the ministers discussed the opening of the Austrian College, a secondary school in the central Mexican state of Queretaro.
On Wednesday and Thursday, Espinosa will visit the International Atomic Energy Agency, the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries and the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, all of which are headquartered in Vienna. She will also participate in an international conference on fighting corruption.
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