The Honorary Consulate of Mexico in Hamburg supports the Mexican Embassy in Berlin and is responsible for the (i) Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg, and for the Federal States of (ii) Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, and (iii) Schleswig-Holstein.
This bilateral office of representation of Mexico in Germany is directed by Consul Honorary Frank K. Westermann and is responsible for preserving and developing the relationship between both countries. Furthermore, it provides a variety of services to Mexican citizens and solves inquiries that may arise among foreigners.
The Honorary Consulate serves as an official representative of the Mexican government throughout Hamburg and the mentioned neighbouring Federal States. Consequently, it has numerous diplomatic responsibilities. Besides complying with protocol events and cultural activities, the Honorary Consulate also disseminates relevant information. Furthermore, it promotes a good image/perception of Mexico throughout the host area and protects the interest of the country.
The Mexican Embassy in Berlin coordinates the issuance of official documents such as passports.
It is very important to mention that the Honorary Consulate serves both, individuals and corporations. For example, by providing support and guidance to Mexican entrepreneurs who are interested in doing business in Germany and in Europe. It also keeps in touch with students and Mexican citizens who are based in the vicinity of Hamburg. Foreigners are also welcome to request information on Mexican provisions.