SRE confirms the death of two Mexican women in Paris Attacks

The Ministry of Foreign Relations (SRE) confirmed the death of two Mexican women, one with Mexican and Spanish nationalities and the  other a Mexican American college student, as a result of the terrorist attacks perpetrated in Paris on Friday November 13th.

The Mexican American victim’s name is Nohemi González, age 23, she was a student of California State University in Long Beach.

RIP Nohemi González, age 23, was a student of California State University in Long Beach. (Photo:

Through an official statement, the Ministry of Foreign Relations (SRE) said that it have made contact with the families of both victims and expressed the deepest condolences to them in behalf of the Government of Mexico.

Moreover, the Ministry has offered assistance in the process of autopsy and transfer of remains to their respective places of origin.

It was also reported that another Mexican compatriot who was injured as a result of the attacks in Paris, was operated successfully on Saturday November 14th, in a hospital in the French capital, and continues recovering. This Mexican national also has Austrian passport.

SRE maintains its protocols providing assistance and consular protection for Mexican citizens in contingency cases such as this.

Staff of the Mexican Embassy in Paris continues in contact with French authorities to identify possible situations with other Mexican citizens during the Paris attacks.