The president of the United States, Joe Biden, will receive the Mexican president, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, on July 12 in Washington DC, official sources reported on Tuesday.
“The leaders will discuss their efforts to address global challenges, such as food insecurity, and will discuss joint competitiveness initiatives, such as the work being done in the United States-Mexico High-Level Economic Dialogue,” the White House announced in a statement. release.
The two presidents are scheduled to discuss their different strategies for North America, as well as “cooperation on migration, joint development efforts in Central America, security, climate and energy, and global issues.”
For her part, the American first lady, Jill Biden, will receive her Mexican counterpart Beatriz Gutiérrez Müller.
Mexico and the US maintain good diplomatic and commercial relations, and the immigration issue is one of the mainstays of the Biden Administration, an issue for which it has received numerous critics from the republican side with the large influx of immigrants through the southern US border, mainly from the Mexican side.
López Obrador was one of the presidents of Central and Latin America who did not attend the recent Summit of the Americasheld in Los Angeles, due to the exclusion of Venezuela, Nicaragua and Cuba.
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