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Mexico's new ambassador making first visit to Arizona

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TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Mexico's new ambassador to the United States, Carlos Manuel Sada, made his first visit to Arizona and will be met with members of the media at the Mexican Consulate in Tucson on Tuesday evening, Nov. 29.

This comes after Sada met with political and business leaders at a private meeting Monday hosted by the Sun Corridor Inc. and Mexico’s Tucson consul Ricardo Piñeda. 

Sada is also expected to visit Phoenix and Nogales to meet with local authorities, community leaders, entrepreneurs and students.


He also took time to meet with the Chief of the Tucson Sector Border Patrol Paul Beeson.

Sada once served as consul general in LA and New York. 

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