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Francisco Castillo Nájera

Francisco Castillo Nájera (Durango, Dgo., 1886 – Mexico City, 1954) was a Mexican diplomat and politician. He was president of the Assembly of League of Nations from 1934 to 1935,[1] ambassador to China and the United States, and Secretary of Foreign Affairs from 1945 to 1946.[2]

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