Consul of Mexico Guillermo Ordorica will speak Thursday at 11:40 a.m. to the Idaho Senate about developments in Mexico, consular activities and the U.S.-Mexico relationship.
The brief speech will be the first of its kind for the Boise-based consul, according to a news release from the consulate. The consulate, which opened in 2009, covers most of Idaho, western Montana, and slices of Oregon and Nevada.
A diplomat for 25 years, Ordorica has Basque roots and has been in Boise since June.
The news release follows:
Something big is happening in Mexico
The Consul of Mexico, Guillermo Ordorica, will address the Idaho Senate at the Capitol Senatorial Chamber on Thursday February 13th, 2014 at 11:40 a.m.
Consul Ordorica will give a brief on Mexico’s transformations, the activities of the Consulate and key aspects of the relation with the United States and Idaho.
The Consulate of Mexico in Boise informs that Consul Ordorica will address the Idaho state Senate at the senatorial chamber of the Capitol on Thursday February 13th, 2014 at 11:40 a.m.
In this first presentation of the Consulate of Mexico in Boise before the state Senate, Consul Ordorica will give a brief on Mexico’s recent transformations, and will bring to the Senate’s attention the Constitutional reforms, recently approved by the Mexican Congress.
Consul Ordorica will also comment on the consular activities that are being held in Idaho in order to strengthen the Gem State’s relations with Mexico, as well as key points about the broader relationship with the United States.
Something big is happening in Mexico.