The president of Mexico, Enrique Peña Nieto, received King Felipe VI of Spain today at the residence of Los Pinos in a meeting that shows the excellent level of bilateral relations, diplomatic sources said.
"It was an exceptional meeting" that Peña Nieto wanted to have personally say goodbye to King Felipe VI, "they commented.
They pointed out that the meeting is a "sign of the consideration and excellent relations of Mexico with Spain and the Spaniards".
This meeting with King Felipe VI has been the last official act of Peña Nieto at the residence of Los Pinos as president of Mexico.
Peña Nieto was accompanied by the Secretary of the Interior, Alfonso Navarrete Prida, the Head of the Office of the President, Francisco Guzmán and the Under Secretary for Multilateral Affairs and Human Rights, Miguel Ruiz Cabañas.
King Felipe VI was attended by the Minister of Foreign Affairs, the European Union and Cooperation, Josep Borrell and the Head of the House of His Majesty the King, Jaime Alfonsin.
Peña Nieto concludes his November 6 mandate as president of Mexico, and this December 1 will take possession of the new president Andrés Manuel López Obrador.