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MrZorro28 Dec 2021 7:20 a.m. PST

A day like today The Santa María–Calatrava Treaty, also known as the definitive treaty of peace and friendship between Mexico and Spain, was an international treaty between Mexico and Spain on December 28, 1836, by which the Spanish monarchy recognized the independence of Mexico as a "free, sovereign and independent nation".

Let's not forget that Mexico started its Independence movement on September 16 1810. So 185 years ago finally that chapter closes officially.

rustymusket28 Dec 2021 7:59 a.m. PST

Congratulations, Mexico!

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