US Ambassador donates scientific equipment to Mexican schools
U.S. Ambassador Christopher Landau said his country wants students in Mexico to have the greatest opportunities to succeed
“The United States and Mexico works as a team so that students can be future scientists, future engineers,” said US Ambassador Christopher Landau, when delivering to two Mexican schools donated scientific equipment through the GLOBE program, supported by the State Department.
Addressing high school students, the diplomat also assured them that his country wants to ensure that students in Mexico have the greatest opportunities to see them succeed.
Ambassador Landau served as legal assistant to Supreme Court judges Antonin Scalia, who died in March 2018, and Clarence Thomas, both conservatives. He is also the son of George Landau, who was ambassador to Chile, Paraguay and Venezuela.
Source: El Sol de Mazatlan