Presidents Andrés Manuel López Obrador and Alberto Fernández agreed to open the Argentine meat market to Mexico on the same terms that it is currently open to cuts of Uruguayan origin.

In this framework, the Mexican Government will instruct the representative of Senasica -the health control entity of that country- in Uruguay to travel to Buenos Aires and agree with the Senasa authorities the steps to follow to develop the protocols and enable the establishments refrigerators.

Argentina had not been authorized to sell meat to Mexico since 1940, except for a few months in 2000, when the outbreak of foot-and-mouth disease definitively closed that market.

In the joint declaration signed by both presidents, they recognized the potential of the economic relationship between Argentina and Mexico and agreed on the need to increase reciprocal investments, diversification and intensification of bilateral trade, both for primary products and agricultural, industrial and livestock manufactures. services, as well as from the promotion of strategic partnerships between Argentine and Mexican businessmen.