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Biden, Lopez Obrador and Trudeau meet in Mexico City for a summit

MEXICO CITY (AP) — President Joe Biden, Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau meet Tuesday for a series of talks on migration, trade and climate change as the three leaders attempt to resolve tensions that have divided the continent.

The tripartite meeting is held most of the years, although there was a break when Donald Trump was the President of the United States. It is often referred to as the “three friends summit”, referring to the deep diplomatic and economic ties between the countries.

However, the leaders remained at odds, especially as they struggled to deal with the influx of migrants and crack down on smugglers who cash in on persuading people to make the dangerous trip to the United States.

In addition, Canada and the US accuse López Obrador of violating the free trade pact by favoring Mexico’s state-owned utility company over power plants built by foreign and private investors. Meanwhile, Trudeau and Lopez Obrador are worried about Biden’s domestic manufacturing efforts, raising fears that US neighbors could be left behind.

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