British Foreign Secretary William Hague and Mexican partner Jose Antonio Meade signed a joint declaration Wednesday that establishes the framework for parallel culture programs in 2015, when every nation will put on a series of events in the other country.
Hague and Meade, who is on a three-day visit to Britain, signed the declaration for "The Year of Mexico in the UK and the UK in Mexico" while attending a summit in London on sexual violence in conflict zones.
Exhibitions to be held in Britain will showcase "the diversity of Mexico's cultural heritage and its dynamism as a . . .