Mexico Congratulates Antigua And Barbuda On Its 39th Anniversary Of Independence


The Embassy of the United Mexican States to the Eastern Caribbean States extends congratulations to the Government and the people of the Antigua and Barbuda on its 39th Anniversary of Independence.


Since Mexico and Antigua and Barbuda established diplomatic ties in 1984, the two countries have embarked on a wide variety of cooperation projects, both on a bilateral as well as on a regional basis, trough the ACS, CARICOM and the OECS.


Mexico and Antigua and Barbuda have recorded an excellent level of political relations, which are reflected in our joining together in international forums that address issues concerning both countries and the region in general. In the international sphere, Mexico and Antigua and Barbuda are united by the defence of multilateralism in the search for the solution of global problems. Mexico thanks Antigua and Barbuda for its support to the Mexican candidacies for international forums.


During the last year, our countries have joined efforts through the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC), whose Pro Tempore Presidency is held by Mexico, towards different subjects, like the exchange of experiences on the COVID-19 pandemic.


Mexico therefore reiterates its continued commitment to join efforts with the Government of Antigua and Barbuda towards the strengthening of these bilateral relations for the mutual benefit of both nations and the region.


The Government of Mexico conveys best wishes for the wellbeing and continued success of the people of Antigua and Barbuda, and for the continued progress and prosperity of the country.

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  1. Hilarious! The Little Mustache Man, Gaston Brownie, is traveling around collecting little gifts! What a clown!

  2. We so independent, we don’t need help from anyone.

    Is Nigel Christian’s murder going to go unsolved?

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