- Created on Wednesday, 19 March 2014 16:43
- Written by IVN
Sacramento, California - Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. met with Mexican Consuls General from cities across California at their annual gathering in Sacramento today.
Today’s meeting follows Governor Brown’s announcement in his 2014 State of the State address that he will visit Mexico to further strengthen the state’s bilateral trade and environmental ties with Mexico.
Photos from today's meeting can be found below:
From left to right: Consuls General Alejandra García Williams (Santa Ana); Carolina Zaragoza Flores (San Bernardino) and Carlos González Gutiérrez (Sacramento); Executive Secretary, Office of the Governor Nancy McFadden; Governor Brown and Consul General Carlos M. Sada (Los Angeles)
From left to right: Consuls General Carlos Flores Vizcarra (Calexico); Carlos Ponce Martínez (San Jose); Carolina Zaragoza Flores (San Bernardino); Enrique Maldonado (San Francisco) and Carlos González Gutiérrez (Sacramento); Governor Brown; Consuls General María de los Remedios Gómez Arnau (San Diego); Carlos M. Sada (Los Angeles); Ana Berenice Díaz Ceballos Parada (Oxnard); Alejandra García Williams (Santa Ana) and Vicente Sánchez Ventura (Fresno)
Photo Credit: Justin Short, Office of the Governor.