Biden, Trudeau and López Obrador plan to hold a face-to-face summit this month

US President Joe Biden plans to hold a personal summit next week with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador.

The appointment, which was due to take place in Washington, has been confirmed by well-known sources in Ottawa and Mexico City, although these have influenced the fact that the details are yet to be determined, reports the “Voice of America” ​​medium.

It would be the first of its kind, known as the “Three Friends” summit, in more than five years and would follow the virtual meetings the US President has had with Trudeau and López Obrador since arriving at the White House.

Biden, Trudeau and López Obrador plan to hold a face-to-face summit this month
Biden, Trudeau and López Obrador plan to hold a face-to-face summit this month

The summit between country leaders began in 2005 and has been held virtually every year until 2016, since Donald Trump left it in January 2017 when he took over the presidency of the United States.

Governments linked by the United States, Canada and Mexico Free Trade Agreement known as T-MEC are expected to address current political tensions related to energy, migration or trade.

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