The new Consul General of Mexico arrived in Denver

The new Consul General of Mexico arrived in Denver


Press Consulate General of Mexico in Denver

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The Consul General of Mexico in Denver, Pável Meléndez Cruz, arrived in this city to assume his duties as the new representative of Mexico in the states of Colorado and the eastern regions of Wyoming and Montana. Meléndez Cruz was born in Ixtepec City, Oaxaca, on October 12, 1979.

He is a political scientist, journalist, politician, and diplomat. He graduated with a degree in Political Science and Public Administration from the Faculty of Political and Social Sciences of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM). He has completed graduated seminars in Mexico, the United States, Europe and South America.

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He was a state deputy in Oaxaca from 2018 to 2021 and a candidate for federal deputy in 2003, 2006 and 2015. Consul Meléndez Cruz was appointed as Consul General of Mexico in Denver, Colorado, by the President of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, and ratified in November 2022 unanimously by the plenary session of the Senate of the Republic.

During his management, Consul Meléndez Cruz will be focused on maintaining, increasing, and developing constant and close communication with the Mexicans residing in Colorado, Montana, y Wyoming. In particular, he will work to increase the number of appointments offered through the MiConsulado system.

The new Consul General of Mexico arrived in Denver Llegó a Denver nuevo Cónsul General de México

Promotion of health programs

The new consul seeks to strengthen compliance with customer service standards and reduce the times with which they are carried out. Additionally, it will reinforce the dissemination of the various programs offered by the Mexican government to our population, particularly in the areas of health, education, tourism.

He seeks to strengthen financial education such as remittances via Telecomm and attention to women, so that they can be fully used by all those who want it. Another of his priorities will also be to ensure respect for the rights that correspond to all Mexicans.

Open to dialogue

They will assume this task regardless of the migratory status of Mexicans and always within the existing legal frameworks at the international, binational, national, and local levels. For this, a permanent political dialogue will be maintained with representatives of the three levels of government in this country.

On the other hand, links will be strengthened with educational institutions, such as universities and colleges, that help exchange, mobility, academic and scientific cooperation, and with American and Mexican companies, to develop and strengthen the economic and commercial relationship between Mexico and these three states.

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