United States President, Joe Biden; from Mexico Andrés Manuel López Obrador; and Justin Trudeau of Canada will hold the first tripartite meeting since 2016 in Washington on November 18 after the paralysis of Republican Donald Trump’s time in the White House.
The US Presidency confirmed this demand in a statement in which it called for the three countries to expand their “strong alliances and integration” on issues such as recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, economic growth or the fight against reaffirm climate change.
“The strengthening of our alliance is crucial to enable better reconstruction, to revitalize our leadership and to respond to a variety of regional and global challenges,” emphasized the White House, which sees North America as “the most competitive and dynamic region in the world.” . “.
The Mexican Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard stated in an appearance in front of the media that the tripartite meeting would last two hours and would be accompanied by further bilateral meetings. López Obrador considers it “very important” to reactivate a “common vision” of the three countries, said the head of Mexican diplomacy.
It will be the ninth summit of the “Three Friends” and Ebrard has already expressed the wish that there should be a tenth summit in 2023, which would take place in Mexico due to the shift system that the North American countries have undertaken to organize this kind of forums .