Ivanka Trump, daughter of the President of the United States, Donald Trump, shared a photograph with Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador.
One day ago, both leaders held a working meeting in Washington to mark the entry into force of the Treaty between Mexico, the United States, and Canada (T-MEC), for which the adviser to the American president recalled their attendance at the protest taking of López Obrador.
Reflecting on great memories as POTUS welcomes President López Obrador to celebrate the new USMCA trade agreement.— Ivanka Trump (@IvankaTrump) July 8, 2020
Our nations are bound together by common values, shared love of freedom & deep devotion to faith & family. This visit will further deepen our strong friendship🇺🇸🇲🇽 pic.twitter.com/f4MeTj98i5
“Reflecting on great memories as POTUS welcomes President López Obrador to celebrate the new USMCA trade agreement,” she said. She also noted that the two countries share values, such as love for freedom, deep devotion to faith and the family.
Likewise, Ivanka Trump pointed out that the meeting held on Wednesday afternoon at the White House deepens the friendship between Mexico and the United States.
“Our nations are united by common values, a shared love for freedom, and deep devotion to faith and family. This visit will further deepen our strong friendship. ”
The Yucatan Times
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