He will meet with AMLO on May 7
Mexico City- Kamala Harris’ experience as the California Attorney General (2011-2017) can help the United States put security cooperation on the table so that the vice president will meet Andres on May 7. Discuss at a virtual meeting held by Manuel López Obrador.
“Vice President Harris was also the Attorney General of California. During this time, she focused on Mexican criminal syndicates, so I hope she raises this issue and asks for better cooperation with Mexico and discusses with her Mexican counterparts. How to get out of trouble. Brookings Institution researcher and organized crime expert Vanda Felbab-Brown (Vanda Felbab-Brown) said that the López Obrador Administration (López Obrador Administration) substantially destroyed the human body And broke the security relationship.
He added that in recent days, US agencies including the Department of Justice and the Department of Homeland Security have announced two anti-drug trafficking actions against fentanyl. These actions are specifically targeted at Mexican drug cartels, but it is not clear whether they are only It will happen in the United States. The Territory lacks cooperation with Mexico.
He said: “So I hope that when Vice President Harris meets with the Mexican government, this will be another way to resume cooperation in the field of drug safety.”
Michael Shifter, chairman of the American Dialogue Think Tank, stated that Harris will try his best to maintain an open communication channel with the Mexican president to take charge of the diplomatic efforts of the United States with Mexico and Central America to resolve Mexican immigration in the country. . root.
He emphasized: “She has extensive experience in serving as a prosecutor, and she is very firm and clear on issues (). She recognizes the importance of Mexico.”
“He will hope to establish an open communication channel with Lopez Obrador, and arouse the interests and concerns of the United States, and explore the extent to which a plan for cooperation on immigration issues can be reached.”
Minister of Foreign Relations Marcelo Ebrard will also attend the meeting. He has announced that the Mexican government will insist on extending the Sembrando Vida program to Central America in response to the proposal of forced immigration.
At the same time, according to reports from the White House, the former senator can solve broader economic and governance issues than simple immigration issues.