Consulate General of Mexico Discusses Mexican/U.S. Relations

  • Tuesday, May 24, 2011
  • 11:45 AM - 1:30 PM
  • Brown Palace Hotel 321 17th St - Log in for member pricing

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Join us as Lazlo Kalloi, Consul for Community and Economic Development, Mexican Consulate, speaks about issues affecting the United States' relation with Mexico.  He is expected to address border issues, the Mexican Drug War and issues of joint security, among other timely topics.  Most certainly he will entertain questions.

About Lazlo Kalloi

Laszlo Kalloi was appointed Consul for Community Affairs at the General Consulate of Mexico in Denver in November 2007.

Consul Kalloi holds a degree in International Relations with a specialization in Political Science from the Universidad Anahuac del Norte in Mexico City.  He’s fluent in 4 languages, Spanish, English, Hungarian and Italian.

From 2003 - 2006, Consul Kalloi was Chief of Advisors for the City Manager Office of the City of Atizapan de Zaragoza, State of Mexico and participated in several political campaigns including current President of Mexico, Felipe Calderon.

From 2001 to 2003, Consul Kalloi served as chief of staff for federal congressman, and former Consul General of Mexico in Denver, Eduardo Arnal, and today Consul of Mexico in Chicago, for the National Action Party (PAN) in the Chamber of Deputies, Mexico’s House of Representatives, in the 58th Legislature.

In 2002, He participated in several seminars in Mexico, South America and the United States, in following subjects: Participative Leadership, Electoral Campaigns, Governmental Marketing, City Administration, International Relations, and Public Policies.

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