He President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador announced that he will hold during the meeting with his American counterpart, Joe Biden, They will address the region’s economic integration and migration.
“There is an issue that is most important, which has to do with economic and commercial integration, because it concerns investments, employment and aid for the two nations,” he explained this Friday during his morning press conference in national palace.
Both heads of state and government will also discuss the treaty North America, Canada, USA and Mexico (T-MEC). A short, medium and long-term plan to strengthen the region is also proposed.
AMLO emphasized that Mexico is the most important trading partner of the United States: “We want to keep that,” he emphasized.
In addition, the presidents will discuss migration and investments in the migrants’ countries of origin.
“We are convinced that more investment will be made in supporting Central American and Caribbean countries to curb the migration phenomenon,” he noted.
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López Obrador was referring to the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Forum. (for the English acronym), which will take place from November 14th to 17th in the city of San Francisco, USA.
The aim of the meeting is to talk about strengthening not only North America but the entire continent, he said.
The last meeting between Biden and López Obrador took place last January, when Mexico hosted the North American Leaders Summit, which was also attended by Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
The APEC CEO Summit 2023 will bring together CEOs, entrepreneurs, thought leaders and other stakeholders with political leaders from the Asia Pacific region for a two-day dialogue.