The Mexican Foreign Ministry issued a statement to respond to criticism by the US president and Canada after the first round of negotiations on the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), known as NAFTA.
"Mexico will not negotiate on NAFTA or any other aspect of bilateral relations through social media or the media," the Mexican foreign ministry said in a statement.
"It is not a Mexican strategy to negotiate but the principle of sovereignty and dignity."
The first round of negotiations on a new framework for the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) concluded last week in the United States. "We at NAFTA (the worst trade agreement ever) are engaged in a renegotiation process with Mexico and Canada," Trump wrote in a tweet. Too strict, should it be abolished? "
The next round of negotiations is expected to take place in Mexico from September 1 to 5, followed by scheduled meetings later this year.