- President Biden will participate in a “virtual event” with Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador (Andrés Manuel López Obrador).
- The White House said the two will discuss immigration, COVID-19 and economic cooperation.
- It was not until mid-December that Lopez Obrador realized Biden’s 2020 victory.
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U.S. President Joe Biden will participate in a “virtual event” with Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador on Monday. He is a center-left populist, and Trump The government worked closely to stop immigration from Central America.
The White House announced the March 1
The two leaders then reached a consensus at a meeting on December 19, calling for cooperation on “new methods of immigration from Central America.” They also delivered speeches shortly after Biden’s inauguration.
According to the White House, Monday’s agenda includes “immigration cooperation,” as well as COVID-19 and “joint development efforts” in the Americas.
Soon after taking office, Biden announced that he would end the “stay in Mexico” program, which forced asylum seekers to wait for cases south of the border. He also announced that those who accept the program are now eligible to come to the United States.
During the previous administration, Mexico worked closely with its main trading partners to prevent immigrants from reaching the United States, deployed thousands of soldiers across the country and set up police checkpoints to arrest people from Honduras and Guatemala.