Little Rock, Arkansas – The Arkansas Department of Labor and Licensing (ADLL) proudly announces the renewal of its agreement with the Mexican Consulate in Little Rock at the historic Old Supreme Court Chamber in the State Capitol. The ceremony is scheduled for August 31st at 10:00 am, signifying a momentous event in the longstanding bilateral relations between Mexico and the state of Arkansas.
The renewal of the Mexican Consulate’s agreement underscores the commitment of both nations to fostering cultural, economic, and social ties in the heart of Little Rock. The agreement strengthens the bond between the two regions and fosters a thriving community for Mexicans residing in Arkansas.
During the ceremony, distinguished representatives from both the Mexican and American governments will gather to celebrate this occasion, showcasing the continued collaboration and cooperation between Mexico and the United States.
“The Mexican Consulate in Little Rock plays a vital role in offering consular services, facilitating trade opportunities, promoting cultural exchanges, and providing essential support to Mexican nationals living in the area.” Arkansas Department of Labor and Licensing Secretary Daryl Bassett said. “The renewed agreement ensures the consulate can continue its pivotal role in enhancing friendship and understanding between our nations.”
Journalists, dignitaries, and members of the public are invited to attend this momentous event at the Old Supreme Court Chamber in the State Capitol on August 31st at 10:00 am. This occasion marks a significant milestone in the history of Mexican American relations in Arkansas, and we look forward to welcoming you all to the celebration.