Biden meets up with almost every Mexican leader on migration, CCP, and climate issues
President Joe Biden and Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador joined in a hypothetical bilateral meeting on Monday where the two leaders discussed migration, commitments to combat the CCP pandemic, and explore areas of cooperation on climate issues.
Lopez Obrador has been Mexico’s president since December 2018, limited to a single six-year term.
"The United States and Mexico are stronger when we commit to each other. There is a long and complicated history between our two countries, and we have not always been perfect neighbors to each other, but we have repeatedly seen strength and purpose when we cooperate." Press before your virtual meeting. "And we are safer when we work together, either to meet the challenges of our common borders or to control this epidemic."
2 March 2021