Mexico tights security ahead of Clinton's visit

09:54, January 25, 2011      

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About 500 agents of the Mexican Federal Police and Army were deployed in Guanajuato city, where on Monday noon Mexican Foreign Minister Patricia Espinosa and U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will meet.

According to local media reports, the agents will be in charge of security while the officials hold talks.

On Friday, Clinton announced a visit to Mexico to meet with Espinosa.

According to a statement of the Mexican Foreign Ministry, Clinton and Espinosa will discuss topics of bilateral security as well as the conclusions and commitment of the 16th UN Conference of the Parts on Climate Change hosted in Mexico in December 2010.

At the end of the meeting, Clinton and Espinosa are expected to issue a joint statement.

It is Clinton's third visit to Mexico as secretary of state.

Source: Xinhua

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