Mexico nominated a new ambassador to the United States on Tuesday, a little over a half-year after his predecessor took up what many consider the country's most important overseas diplomatic post.
The new top envoy to Washington will be Carlos Manuel Sada Solana, who is currently consul general in Los Angeles, the Foreign Relations Department said in a statement. He worked previously at the Mexican Embassy in Washington as a liaison to Congress and as consul general in New York, Chicago, San Antonio and Toronto.
Mexican officials apparently hope his extensive U.S. experience will be useful in . . .