Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto visited the Mexican Pavillion at the Universal Exhibition Milan 2015. The President arrived in the capital of Lombardy from Brussels on Friday June 12th.
The Mexican and Colombian Pavillions, are in the Decumano, main shaft of the Expo, centered on the theme of foods and able to bring together 145 countries since May 1 until October 31.
The presidents of Boliva, Evo Morales, and Juan Manuel Santos from Colombia, also visited their national pavillions at the Expo on Friday June 12th.
Among the acts of his agenda, he is planning to attend today the closure of a bilateral economic meeting in the Palace Clerici, in that it is also hoped the presence of Renzi.
The Italian delegation was headed by the prime minister of the country, Matteo Renzi.
Convened under the theme “Feed the world, energy for life,” the Expo wants to focus the world attention on the goal of eradicating hunger and producing food in a sustainable, sufficient, safe, and nutritious manner for a world population that is expected to reach 9,000 million in 2050.
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