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North American Leaders Summit: L贸pez Obrador, Biden and Trudeau meet in the US

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MEXICO, (November 18, 2021).- Today, President聽Andr茅s Manuel L贸pez Obrador聽will meet for the first time with his US counterpart,聽Joe Biden,聽and with Canadian Prime Minister聽Justin Trudeau.聽In addition to the trilateral summit, the Mexican president will hold private meetings with the leaders of each nation and a meeting with Vice President Kamala Harris.

The summit’s agenda focuses on the T-MEC trade agreement, matters related to Covid-19 and economic integration.聽

President Andr茅s Manuel L贸pez Obrador and Justin Trudeau began their first bilateral summit in almost three years of the government of the Mexican president, in which they will discuss various issues that concern both nations.

We are very happy to meet Prime Minister Trudeau and as I already mentioned, we are peoples, sister nations that are very close, we belong to North America and we have many things in common and most importantly, a very good relationship of cooperation and friendship, 鈥 L贸pez Obrador told the media.

Meanwhile, the prime minister said it was “a great pleasure” to be with President L贸pez Obrador. “We have a lot to talk about and it will be a pleasure to sit down and talk about all the issues we have in common,” Trudeau said.h

At summit, Biden will seek commitment to reduce methane emissions

The president of the United States, Joe Biden, will seek in the summit with the leaders of Mexico, Andr茅s Manuel L贸pez Obrador, and of Canada, Justin Trudeau, the commitment to reduce methane emissions by up to 75% by 2030 , according to high US officials.

The table could also include the issue of electricity reform, which L贸pez Obrador would explain to Biden and Trudeau if it is mentioned.

Bilateral relationship of L贸pez Obrador and Biden

Although they have not met in person, L贸pez Obrador and Biden have exchanged communication , from the phone to letters, as the Mexican congratulated the US president on his victory at the polls through a letter, which was criticized by some people, that they considered the answer late.

Source: Excelsior

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