Saudi Minister of Culture Prince Badr bin Abdullah bin Farhan met on Thursday with the Mexican Ambassador to the Kingdom, Anibal Gomez Toledo, the Saudi Press Agency reported.
Prince Badr is also Chairman of the National Committee for Education, Science and Culture.
During the meeting, the minister and the diplomat discussed prospects for cultural cooperation between the two countries, and ways to enhance it in several fields such as filmmaking, theater, visual arts, culinary arts, and libraries, SPA said.
Prince Badr noted that Mexico hosted the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) World Conference on Cultural Policies and Sustainable Development (Mondiacult).
For his part, the Mexican ambassador stressed the depth of Saudi-Mexican relations, praising the Kingdom's efforts internationally to promote culture as a global necessity to spread dialogue and build bridges of communication between peoples, the news agency added.