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Biden flew to the new Lopez Obrador airport for the summit

MEXICO CITY (AP) — One of President Joe Biden’s most important diplomatic decisions at this week’s meeting of North American leaders may have been his choice of airport.

Biden arrived in Mexico City Sunday night via Mexico’s newest transportation hub, Felipe Angeles International Airport, a prized project of Mexican President Andres Manuel López Obrador. The hub was named last year with great fanfare, although it is located more than an hour north of the city center, has few flights and, until recently, had no permanent drinking water.

Biden and López Obrador, whose relationship is business-like at best and lacks the warmth and camaraderie that Biden has with other world leaders, shook hands and walked down a long red carpet on tarmac together, escorted by soldiers. They then made a long trip to the city center together.

Along with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who will arrive on Monday, the trio will spend the next two days discussing climate change, manufacturing, trade, the economy and the potential global impact of a more cooperative North America.

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