Viceminister of Foreign Relations, Amb. Julián Ventura, chairs the meeting of the XIII Joint Committee
The Mexico-European Union Joint Committee was created shortly after the entry into force of the Agreement on economic association, political agreement and cooperation between Mexico and the European Union in 2000. It meets periodically in order to support the work of the Joint Council and follow up on the implementation of its decisions and recommendations.
In the following links you can consult the Communications of the Meetings of the Mexico - European Union Joint Committee held to date:
|XIII Joint Committee||Brussels - Mexico City (videoconference), June 22, 2020|
|XII Joint Committee||Mexico City, June 10-11, 2013|
|XI Joint Committee||Brussels, 26-27 October 2011|
|X Joint Committee||Mexico City, October 27 and 28, 2010|
|IX Joint Committee||Brussels, 26-27 November 2009|
|VIII Joint Committee||Mexico City, October 13-14, 2008|
|VII Joint Committee||Brussels, 26-27 November 2007|
|VI Joint Committee||Mexico City, October 5-6, 2006|
|V Joint Committee||Brussels, 26-27 October 2005|
|IV Joint Committee||Mexico City, November 10, 2004|
|III Joint Committee||Brussels, November 11, 2003|
|II Joint Committee||Puebla, October 3, 2002|
|I Joint Committee||Brussels, October 2, 2001|
Likewise, Mexico and the European Union hold a Joint Committee on trade matters on a regular basis. This Joint Committee discusses the work of the supervisory bodies provided for by the Global Agreement and serves as a space for continuous dialogue on issues of common interest such as the bilateral economic relation, custom procedures, technical barriers to trade and intellectual property rights including geographical indications and designation of origin, among others.
The last Meeting of the Joint Committee in its trade configuration took place on 22 October, 2020. The press release from the Ministry of Economy of Mexico can be found in this link, and the press release from the European Commission can be found here.