Israel’s New Envoy to Mexico Says the Two Countries Will Expand Their Commercial and Trade Relations
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Israel’s New Envoy to Mexico Says the Two Countries Will Expand Their Commercial and Trade Relations

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Israel’s new Ambassador to Mexico, Shaul Rosolio, presented his credentials to President Jose Lopez Portillo at the National Palace today. Rosolio, formerly chief of Israel’s police, said his country would work for a just and lasting peace with its neighbors despite Arab intransigence and other obstacles. He also said that Mexico and Israel will expand their commercial and trade relations in the future. He specifically mentioned joint investments in the aviation industry.

Rosolio was received by the President along with the new ambassadors from the United States, Argentina and the Cape Verde Islands. At the same time, Mordehai Hatzor, Histadrut representative for Latin America, and Akiva Levinsky, special representative of the Irving Beller Foundation, presented an award to Mexican trade union leader, Bernardo Cobos.

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