Joe Biden and Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador also discussed cooperation in the areas of security, combating climate change, and countering corruption.
The United States and Mexico presidents, Joe Biden and Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador agreed to develop cooperation in the fight against the pandemic at the virtual talks held on Monday. This follows from a joint statement issued by the two countries on Monday by the White House.
“They agreed to deepen cooperation in responding to the pandemic, including by expanding public health capacity, sharing information, and developing migration policies. Recognizing the strategic importance of bilateral economic relations, they reaffirmed their commitment to the Canada, Mexico, and the United States trade agreement. < … > Both leaders agreed to strengthen the sustainability and security of supply chains, they also agreed to resume high-level economic dialogue to achieve these goals,” the document says.
The presidents of the two countries also discussed cooperation in the areas of security, combating climate change, combating corruption, and migration policy.