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Saúl Gopar Ensáztiga

Mariana Danae Pérez Becerra

Tannya Iran Estrada Castillo

Mexican Local Diplomacy Newsletter January 2022

- Information bulletin on the international activity of Mexican local governments carried out in January 2022.

Mexican Local Diplomacy Newsletter January 2022

During 2021, the project that began as a way to cope with time, was consolidated into a space for discussion and relevance that brings together the efforts of a diverse team from different parts of Mexico.

As the creator of this project, I am pleased with the results obtained during the year that has just ended, and I cannot help but think that it was thanks to our efforts and that of the entire team, that we had to invest hours of our time so that the newsletters will be delivered on form.

At the beginning of a new year, and restarting the account of international actions, I feel hopeful for what will happen for this team and for this project. This is also why we decided to refresh the editorial design of the newsletter and hire someone who is an expert in design to guide us in improving its visual quality.

Also, to set a pattern in what was done during 2021 and what will be done in 2022. On the other hand, considering the international actions carried out during the month of January 2022, we can see that some regions were affected by the entry of various new administrations, especially in the municipal order.

However, the efforts for localities that did not appear so much in the Local Diplomacy of Mexico should be highlighted, at least during 2021. As is the case of the municipality of Meoqui, Chihuahua, which signed a brotherhood agreement with the city of San Elizario , in order to promote the cultural and tourist exchange of both participants. Also, the role of local governments stands out during the celebration of the 2022 International Tourism Fair, such as Oaxaca, which received recognition for its extensive gastronomy.

On the other hand, it is worth noting that the government of Yucatan has received a letter of goodwill from the City Council of Valladolid, Spain, to close a tourism, commercial, industrial and service collaboration agreement between this city and the magical town of the same name, thus strengthening the relations of Yucatan with the Iberian country.

As always, we hope that this reading is of interest to you and we appreciate the support that you have given the project for a year.

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