PHOTO RELEASE: Rubio Discusses Western Hemispheric Issues with Presidents of Guatemala, Mexico
Apr 14 2012
Washington, D.C. – Yesterday, U.S. Senator Marco Rubio met with President of Guatemala, Otto Pérez Molina, and Mexican President Felipe Calderón at this year’s Summit of the Americas in Cartagena, Colombia. They discussed a wide range of issues affecting their countries and the region. Below are pictures of the meetings taken by Guillermo Tapia, a local photographer covering the Summit.
"This week's Summit of the Americas is a reminder of how important our friendships and alliances in the Western Hemisphere are in helping us create jobs, achieve greater security and bring the promise of democracy to every corner of the region," said Rubio. "I was honored to meet President Calderón and President Pérez Molina to discuss the issues of mutual interest between our nations in fighting drug cartels, stopping human trafficking and strengthening the economic ties that bind us."
A high resolution photo of Senator Rubio’s meeting with President Pérez Molina is
available here and of his meeting with President Calderón here.
Senator Rubio meets with President of Guatemala, Otto Pérez Molina.
Senator Rubio meets with Mexican President Felipe Calderón.
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