An embassy is 'head office' of the foreign relation between two countries and the consulates are branch offices. The embassy is based in the capital city of a host country, and the consuls are to cover major cities. An ambassador who is the chief of the embassy is the representative of the state and government of their country. The ambassador deals about the foreign matters directly with the ambassador or the head of the host country. The ambassador of the Mexican embassy is given the responsibility of supervising the work of the embassy and its consulates. He/she also presents and explains the political policies and views of the host country and reports back those to his/her country government. Other matters like security issues, commercial, economic, media, and diplomatic relations and interests all are the responsibility of the embassy and the ambassador.
Following are the main functions and the features of the Mexican embassy in India:
- The administrative staff of the embassy looks up on the administrative issues like security and other matters.
- The political staff looks up on the features like the political issues and the affairs going on at the host nation and reports accordingly to the home government.
- The economic staff handles matters like trade and commerce, taxes and tariffs, and matters related to patent negotiations.
- The consul staffs look up on the issues like visas and passports, taking care of the visitors and helping them during any unexpected problems.
In India the Mexican embassy is located in New Delhi.
The address and the contact details are;
Mexico Embassy, India
- Address: C-8 Anand Niketan, New Delhi-110021, India
- Phone: +91-11-2411-7180, +91-11-2411-7181, +91-11-2411-7182
- Fax: +91-11-2411-7193
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Website URL: http://www.sre.gob.mx/india