PM Ponta visits Mexican photograph and engravings exhibitions before flying to Mexico City

Prime Minister Victor Ponta visited Mexican photograph and engravings exhibitions at the National Library of Romania, before his trip to Mexico City to meet on Wednesday President Enrique Peña Nieto and attend the Open Government Summit.

Ambassador of Mexico, Agustín Gutiérrez Canet, offered a guide to the Prime Minister of 250 engravings depicting the history, people and landscapes of Mexico, from the Spanish Conquest in the XVI century, to the end of Maximilian Empire in the XIX century.

Prime Minister Ponta also visited the photographic portraits of Emil Cioran taken in 1990 in Paris by Mexican photographer Rogelio Cuéllar.

Both exhibitions were organized by the Embassy of Mexico to commemorate 80 years of diplomatic relations.
The Head of Government will meet on October 28 President Enrique Peña Nieto in Mexico City to launch a new cycle to reinvigorate bilateral relations and discuss current international issues. He will also deliver a speech at the Open Government Summit.

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