Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador extended an invitation to U.S. President Joe Biden for a meeting in Mexico at the end of September.
The proposal resulted from the meeting he had with U.S. officials last Tuesday.
The announcement was made by López Obrador during his morning press conference at the National Palace, where he emphasized the good relations that his administration maintains with the government of the neighboring country.
#México El presidente Andrés Manuel López Obrador, envió una invitación a su homólogo estadounidense, Joe Biden, para una posible visita a México #11Ago https://t.co/dAUv4b2VGD pic.twitter.com/Q3Jbmi7JDI— NTN24 (@NTN24) August 11, 2021
The president highlighted that the meeting with the U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security, Alejandro Mayorkas, and advisor Jake Sullivan, was "very profitable" for both countries.
The objective of the meeting with Joe Biden is to advance a joint plan to promote economic growth in North America and America in general in response to the economic and commercial growth of Asia.
The issue of vaccines, migration, security and the reopening of borders will surely also be part of the meeting.
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Per source López Dóriga