Mexico, May 7 (Notimex) .- Portugal will share good governance practices with Mexico, particularly in the area of migration and human rights, for which representatives of that country hold working meetings with members of different agencies of the federal government.
The working groups began this Monday at the Ministry of Government, with the meeting directed by the head of the agency, Olga Sánchez Cordero, to welcome the high commissioner for Migration of Portugal, Pedro Calado.
At the meeting, held in the library of Segob, the Cabinet Coordinator of the Commission for Equality and against Racial Discrimination, Catia de Almeida, and the Ambassador of the Portuguese Republic in Mexico, Jorge Roza de Oliveira accompanied the Portuguese high commissioner.
The federal official thanked the willingness of the Portuguese high commissioner, who has agreed to visit Mexico and share the experience along with the agenda that was agreed between the working groups of both nations.
A working journey of two days was established in which members of different government agencies of Mexico hold meetings with the Portuguese representation. Today, civic organizations, academic institutions, and international agencies will also participate.
The minister Sanchez Cordero said that the aim is to seek in Mexico the areas in which the best Portuguese practices in the field can be replicated and adapted and to promote spaces for international collaboration.
She also hoped that these shared work days between Mexico and Portugal will be very productive and enriching.