New Zealand Embassy Mexico City
On May 13, Ambassador Clare Kelly presented copies of her Letters of Credence to the Mexican Minister of Foreign Affairs, José Antonio Meade Kuribreña. Both pledged to continue working to strengthen the relationship between New Zealand and Mexico. Before being appointed Ambassador to Mexico, Clare Kelly worked in the Trade Negotiations Division of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade as Deputy Director for Agriculture and Goods.
Foreign Affairs Minister Murray McCully today named Clare Kelly as New Zealand’s new Ambassador to Mexico.
“Latin America is becoming an increasingly important partner for New Zealand,” Mr McCully says.
“Mexico is our largest trading partner in the region but there is huge scope to further advance our relationship through trade and economic links.
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