Mexico’s travel advisory lifted after Trump’s trip to the U.S.
Mexico’s presidential office says President Enrique Pena Nieto’s travel to the United States has been lifted after President Donald Trump said he was “ready to be a friend.”
Pena’s office said in a statement late Monday that he “categorically” did not have to travel, but that he was ready to be “a friend.”
Mexico’s foreign ministry says it would continue to monitor developments.
The United States on Monday imposed new sanctions against Mexico in response to Trump’s inauguration.
Trump, who was elected in 2016, has said the United Nations Security Council should condemn his election win, and Mexico has responded that he is a “dictator.”