"Economically and socially have come a long way, but have to move on and deal with issues such iniquity, education for all and the elimination of poverty," said Hillary Clinton
Former Secretary of State of the United States, Hillary Clinton said that "Mexico has one of the biggest and brightest future of any country in the world", although still has to face problems such as poverty and access to education.
"The future of Mexico self is extremely positive, but depends on the decisions that Mexicans take internally," she stated at a forum organized by the Mexican Telmex Foundation Capital.
Before 10,000 Mexican students, former senator stressed that realize this bright future depends "especially young people."
"Economically and socially they are advanced, but have to move on and deal with issues such iniquity, education for all and the elimination of poverty", problems with almost all countries of the world, she noted.
Moreover, according to the "Excelsior" newspaper yesterday during the meeting at the presidential residence Mexican--the pines, President Peña Nieto and the former American secretary of state, Hillary Clinton, agreed that from structural reforms of Mexico, the country and the United States will face strong opportunities to drive Human Capital, Gender Equality and the "creation of a privileged space for a knowledge society in the region,"
Both Peña Nieto, as Hillary Clinton exchanged views on the initiative promoting the Clinton Foundation and the Mexican Federal Government, noting the contributions of Mexican communities in the American Union and their role as promoters of development in Mexico.
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