After two and a half hours of meeting, meeting the president Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador and the United States Secretary of EnergyJennifer Granholm, where the Mexican government clarified the details of a file electrical repair and the country’s new energy policy.
On his Twitter account, the President emphasized that understanding, respect and cooperation for development prevailed during the meeting with Granholm.
I had a friendly chat with the United States Secretary of Energy, Jennifer Granholm. We deal with matters that concern our peoples and nations. Respect, understanding and the will to cooperate for development prevailed.
I had a friendly chat with the US Secretary of Energy, Jennifer Granholm. We deal with matters that concern our peoples and nations. Respect, understanding and willingness to cooperate for development prevail. pic.twitter.com/v5EvQvfZG7
– Andres Manuel (@lopezobrador_) Jan 21 2022
On leaving the meeting, the National Energy Minister, Rossio Nahle, said the meeting went well and dismissed electrical reform as a US concern.
“It was a very interesting dialogue, very respectful of the energy policy of the United States and Mexico, and a brief description of the reform that we presented, which is very good and everything is very good with respect, like everything else.
I insist on any concerns expressed by the US government?
“It’s an insult. It’s all right.”
Nahil noted that it was a very respectful high-level dialogue that highlighted the good relationship and cooperation with the US government.
At the conclusion of the meeting between President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador and US Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm, his counterpart in Mexico, Rocio Nahle, commented to the media a little about the dialogue that took place.
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– Universal (El_Universal_Mx) Jan 21 2022