Fernández receives Mexican intellectuals at the embassy in the Aztec capital

President Alberto Fernandez keep a tonight meeting with references from the world of academia, culture and Mexican and Latin American politics at the headquarters of the Argentine Embassy in Mexico City.

Among the participants are John Ackerman, director of the University Program of Studies on Democracy, Justice and Society of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM); Max Reyes Zuñiga, Undersecretary for Latin America and the Caribbean of the Ministry of Foreign Relations; Citlalli Hernández, Secretary General of Morena; Guadalupe Valencia, coordinator of Humanities at UNAM; Carola García, director of the Faculty of Political and Social Sciences of the UNAM; and the historian Pedro Salmerón.

In addition, the presence of Epigmenio Ibarra, one of the most important film producers in Mexico; and Argentines from the academic world who have lived in that country for many years.



In the afternoon, The President toured the facilities of Laboratorios Liomont, which is in charge of completing the manufacturing process and packaging of the vaccine against Covid-19 developed by the University of Oxford and the Swedish-British company AstraZeneca, whose active substance for the region is produced at mAbxience biotech Argentina.

The president, who visits Mexico on the occasion of the commemoration of its 200 years of independence, was received by the Mexican Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard; the Governor of the State of Mexico, Alfredo del Mazo Maza; the head of the Board of Directors of the Carlos Slim Foundation, Marco Antonio Slim Domit; and the director of the laboratory, Alfredo Rimochi.

Accompanied by the latter, Fernández toured various rooms of the pharmaceutical plant located in the mayor’s office of Chuajimapla de Morelos, among them the cold rooms of the component sent from Argentina.