U.S. Embassy to expand to Mexico City
Mexico City – The United States Embassy in Mexico City said on Wednesday it would expand to the southern city of Acapulco.
President Enrique Pena Nieto announced in May that the U. S. Embassy in Acapulo would expand by about 50 percent to cover about 500,000 square meters (3.7 million square feet).
The embassy is the largest of its kind in the Americas and has been based in Mexico since 1993.
Ahead of the move, the U-S.
State Department said the embassy would be responsible for coordinating security issues in Acupulo and the surrounding areas.
U.S.-Mexican relations have been rocky in recent years, especially after Trump’s controversial move to build a wall along the border with Mexico.