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Luis Padilla Nervo

Luis Padilla redirects here, for the Mexican footballer Luis Alberto Padilla.

Luis Padilla Nervo
Secretary of Foreign Affairs
In office
1952–1958
President Adolfo Ruiz Cortines
Preceded by Manuel Tello Baurraud
Succeeded by Manuel Tello Baurraud
Personal details
Born 19 August 1894
Zamora, Michoacán
Died 9 September 1985(1985-09-09) (aged 91)
Mexico City
Political party PRI
Alma mater UNAM
Profession Lawyer, Diplomat

Luis Padilla Nervo (19 August 1894 – 9 September 1985) was a Mexican politician and diplomat. He was the first Mexican Ambassador at the United Nations, Minister of Foreign Affairs and President of the Sixth Session of United Nations General Assembly.

Career

He studied San Francisco Conference in 1945 and signed the United Nations Charter. In addition, he was the first Mexican Ambassador at the United Nations; in that position, he was a member of the United Nations Security Council. During the sixth session, he was president of the United Nations General Assembly.

Padilla Nervo was also ambassador to Paraguay, UNESCO, Costa Rica, and Denmark. In the Mexican public administration, he served in the Ministry of Interior, the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Labor. At the finish of his commission in the Permanent Mission of Mexico in United Nations, he was elected as judge of the International Court of Justice for the period 1964 to 1973.

External links

  • Official web of Mexican Permanent Mission at United Nations (spanish)
  • Directory of Mexican Permanent Mission at United Nations (spanish)
Political offices


Diplomatic posts


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