The White House allows reporters to visit the beginning of the conversation
Washington— At the start of a virtual bilateral meeting with Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris agreed with the country’s A commitment to address the root causes of migration in the northern delta of Central America.
Harris also told Lopez Obrador that according to Reuters, the United States and Mexico should cooperate bilaterally to combat violence and corruption.
The White House allowed reporters to visit the beginning of the high-level dialogue between Harris and Lopez Obrador.
President Joe Biden commissioned Harris to lead the government’s efforts to reduce immigration from Mexico and Central America, which is why he has held meetings with leaders of these regions in recent weeks.
At this Friday’s meeting, López Obrador told Harris that they agreed to work hard to control irregular immigration and provided Mexico’s support.
He also assured him that he made specific suggestions to solve the immigration problem, apparently extending the Sembrando Vida program to Central American countries, but did not provide details.