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Biden, Trudeau and Lopez Obrador meet at summit in Mexico

Andrés Manuel López Obrador, Joe Biden and Justin Trudeau meet again. The president of the United States and the prime minister of Canada are traveling to Mexico for the start of the North American Leaders' Summit on Monday.

The meeting marks the first visit to the Latin American country by a White House tenant since 2014 and the first time Biden visits a Latin American country during his term in office.

The three leaders cross paths as the debate over the migration crisis rages and four days after the arrest of drug trafficker Ovidio Guzman, the son of El Chapo, who set fire and chaos in Culiacan, the capital of the state of Sinaloa.

Much will be said about migration and the drug war at the tenth edition of the meeting, although the agenda is broad and expands to topics such as the environment, the region's economic challenges, cooperation in health and inclusion of vulnerable groups.

The bilateral meeting between the United States and Canada is scheduled for Tuesday morning. The trilateral summit will be held after noon. At around 3:30 p.m. there will be a message to the media by the three leaders.

A joint declaration on the summit is expected and the closing of several agreements between the three countries in six areas: diversity; equity and inclusion; environment and climate change; competitiveness with the rest of the world; migration and development; health; and security. Announcements are also expected on bilateral issues.

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