Mexico-EU Joint Parliamentary Committee


The Mexico-European Union Joint Parliamentary Committee (JPC) is the mechanism for parliamentary dialogue between the Mexican Congress and the European Parliament. It has 28 permanent members, 14 from the European Parliament and 14 from the Mexican Congress (Senate and Chamber of Deputies). Currently the Co-Presidents of the JPC are Senator Citlalli Hernández Mora for the Mexican side, and MEP Massimiliano Smeriglio for the European side.

The JPC is held up to twice a year since 2005, alternately in Europe and Mexico. It is one of the strongest and most diverse bilateral dialogues. After each meeting, a Joint Statement is adopted. The latest Joint Statements are the following:

*in Spanish

          JPC Date Venue
        27 JPC Mexico-UE February 3rd, 2020 Brussels (Belgium)
  26 JPC Mexico-UE February 7-9, 2019 Mexico City (Mexico)
  25 JPC Mexico-UE July 11-12, 2018 Brussels (Belgium)
  24 JPC Mexico-UE February 12-15, 2018   Mexico City and Cuernavaca (Mexico)
  23 JPC Mexico-UE   November 27-29, 2017   Brussels (Belgium)
  22 JPC Mexico-UE February 22-23, 2017 Merida, Yucatan (Mexico)
  21 JPC Mexico-UE October 17-18, 2016 Brussels (Belgium)
  20 JPC Mexico-UE Februrary 9-11, 2016 Mexico City and San Miguel de Allende (Mexico)
  19 JPC Mexico-UE July 7-9 2015 Strasbourg (France)
  18 JPC Mexico-UE February 19-20, 2015 Mexico City (Mexico)

XVII Joint Parliamentary Committee Meeting in Brussels, 3rd February 2020