President Enrique Peña Nieto will attend the 16th edition of the “Tuxtla Mechanism Dialogue and Consensus Summit” that will take place in San Jose, Costa Rica on March 28 and 29. This summit gathers Central American and Mexican leaders to discuss important issues that affect the region and to promote cooperation between countries.
The Foreign Relations Secretariat (SRE) said that the objective of this trip is an opportunity for Mexico to strengthen its leadership and commitment in the region and to set a path for the future of the summit.
This year’s summit focuses on the promotion of partnerships both public and private, that will increase the influx of cash and therefore have more favorable conditions towards the development of the region.
Projects will adhere to nine lines of action that include collaboration with a focus on transportation, open commercial flow and competition, energy, telecommunications and risk management.
Peña Nieto will take part in the main conference, and attend a luncheon hosted by the president of Costa Rica, Luis Guillermo Solís Rivera, alongside the 10 heads of state and government officials in order to discuss different issues pertaining to the region.