Welcome to this page of the Embassy of Portugal in Mexico, another instrument for us to keep in touch with our citizens, as well as with the friends of Portugal.
Portugal and México are going through a unique moment in their relationship, both on the economic and cultural spheres. The visit of His Excellency the President of the Republic on July 2017 was a moment that proved the excellence of our bilateral relations.
2018 is proving to be a unique year, as we face a big and exciting challenge: in November Portugal is the Guest of Honor at the Guadalajara International Book Fair, the biggest literary event of the Spanish-speaking world, and which will bring to the Mexican state of Jalisco the literature of Portugal and much more.
We will certainly have much to share in this page, releasing information about our activities, in particular those connected to the Portuguese language and culture, announcing moments of economic promotion, or alerting to relevant news about Portugal.
Thank you for visiting us!
Please be informed that, during the second semester of 2019, the Embassy will be closed on the following days due to official holidays (Portuguese or Mexican):
- August 15
- September 16
- November 1st
- November 18
- December 12
- December 25
We take the opportunity to remind you that the scheduling of Consular acts or any issue regarding Visas to Portugal is done through the email address firstname.lastname@example.org
On May 21st in Mexico, the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs and Cooperation of Portugal, Teresa Ribeiro, and the Mexican Sub secretary of Foreign Affairs, Ambassador Julián Ventura, co-chaired a meeting for political consultations, where a balance was made of the bilateral relationship between the two countries in its different dimensions, debating issues of common interest of the regional and international agendas.
In the meeting, the two parties agreed to work for the increase of trade, tourism and investment flows. They reiterated the responsibility of both governments in the process of modernization of the Global Agreement of Mexico with the European Union. Mexico reaffirmed its commitment to work with Portugal for the success of the United Nations Conference on the Oceans, which will be held in Portugal in 2020.