07/12/2017 - Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto will visit the OECD on 11 December to meet with Secretary-General Angel Gurría and give a keynote address to OECD Ambassadors and staff on Mexico’s progress in implementing structural reforms.
Media are welcome to attend the address, which will be in Spanish with simultaneous interpretation into English and French. There is no question and answer session planned.
All attendees must be seated in the OECD Conference Centre by 16:40, and media are asked to allow extra time to enter the OECD premises due to heightened security measures.
For cameras, there will be photo opportunities at 15:30 on President Peña Nieto’s arrival and the signing of the OECD visitors’ book, and at 17:00 at the start of the keynote address.
To register to attend, journalists should email firstname.lastname@example.org with their full name and media, and an official ID or a press card should be carried on the day.
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