Mexico–Saudi Arabia relations
Mexico and Saudi Arabia established diplomatic relations on 12 September 1952. In 1981, both nations opened embassies in each other's capital's, respectively. Relations between both nations are mainly based on mutual respect and cooperation within the petroleum sector. In 2012, both countries celebrated the 60th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations.
Presidential visits from Mexico to Saudi Arabia
Royal visits from Saudi Arabia to Mexico
- Crown Prince Fahd bin Abdulaziz Al Saud (1981)
In 2014, two-way trade between both nations amounted to $1.054 billion USD. Saudi Arabia is Mexico's biggest trading partner among Arab nations. Mexico's main exports to the kingdom include: copper wires, aluminium alloy and honey while Saudi Arabia's main exports to Mexico include: gas and propane gas.
Resident diplomatic missions
- Medio Oriente. Una ventana de oportunidad para México (in Spanish)
- Mundo Internacional: Entrevista con el embajador de Arabaia Saudita (in Spanish)
- México y Arabia Saudita confirman relaciones de amistad y cooperación (in Spanish)
- Mexican Ministry of the Economy: Saudi Arabia (in Spanish)
- Embassy of Mexico in Riyadh (in Arabic and Spanish)
- Embassy of Saudi Arabia in Mexico City (in Arabic and English)