On Friday April 10th, Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto met with Mark Zuckerberg, president, founder and developer of Facebook, during the Summit of the Américas, that is currently taking place in Panama City, Panama.
Peña Nieto and Zuckerberg talked about the details of the project known as “Internet.org”, which is about to arrive to Mexico.
The Mexican President posted the following comment on his Facebook page:
“THANK YOU Mark Zuckerberg FOR YOUR CONFERENCE THIS MORNING. I AM GLAD TO SEE YOU HERE IN PANAMA, AND TO HAVE THE CHANCE TO DISCUSS THE DETAILS OF “INTERNET.ORG BY FACEBOOK”, AND ITS ARRIVAL TO MEXICO“.
During this encounter, Peña Nieto used his cell phone to take a “Selfie” of Mark Zuckerberg and himself. This photograph went viral and is all over the news in Mexico.
What else could Peña Nieto and Zuckerberg have spoken judging on the great level of English of the Mexican President?
Maybe Peña Nieto, made a comment regarding the fact of Conagua’s director recent resignation, due to the case now known as “helicoptergate”, that began precisely with certain posts on Facebook. (Read the details on The Yucatan Times).
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