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Profile: Vicente Fox

 
  

Positions that Vicente Fox has held:

  • President of Mexico


 

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Vicente Fox actively participated in the following events:

 
  

October 27, 2002      Complete Iraq timeline

       President Bush attends a summit conference in Mexico and fails to secure a pledge of support from Mexican President Vicente Fox for the US-British draft resolution. President Vicente Fox says, “What we need to accomplish is a resolution that is satisfactory to all the parties there in the United Nations. We are listening and talking and we want to search for and do everything possible for a strong resolution.” [Times, 10/28/02] Mexican officials reportedly make “it clear that Mexico is siding with France in the debate at the United Nations.” Mexico's foreign minister, Jorge G. Caste?eda, says, “What we want is a resolution that is approved by all 15 or 14 members of the Security Council. We think that's more important for the United States' cause.” [New York Times, 10/28/02]
People and organizations involved: Vicente Fox, Jorge G. Caste?eda
          

February 22 or 23, 2003      Complete Iraq timeline

       President Bush telephones Mexican President Vicente Fox to discuss Mexico's stance on Iraq. Shortly after the phone call, the Mexican government issues a 2-page policy directive backing Bush's policy on Iraq. It states that its position is that Iraq must disarm immediately and makes no mention of the weapons inspections. “Nothing is more urgent, no time can be lost in achieving this objective,” it says. The last point of the directive notes the importance of Mexico's relationship with the United States and the need to have a policy based on Mexico's national interests. “We know that this issue is of critical importance to the United States and to the Bush administration,” the directive also says. [Associated Press, 2/26/03]
People and organizations involved: Vicente Fox, George W. Bush
          

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