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President to Make Working Visit to Washington

Submitted by ss on February 26, 2011 – 5:04 pmNo Comment

White HouseThe Presidency reports that in response to an invitation made a few weeks ago by US President Barack Obama on 2 and 3 March, President Felipe Calderón will make a working visit to Washington.

The Presidents will meet at the White House on Thursday 3 March in order to continue to discuss key issues in relations between the two countries and regional and international issues of common interest. This will be their fifth meeting since January 2009, in addition to the contacts made within the framework of multilateral meetings. President Calderón will continue the dialogue the Mexican Government has established with the U.S. Congress. He will attend a working meeting with Congressman John Boehner (Republican, Ohio), Speaker of the House of Representatives since 20 January. The U.S. Congress plays a key role in various issues of interest for both nations, including economic relations, cooperation against transnational organized crime and the conditions facing Mexican communities and those of Mexican origin in the United States.

The President will also give an address on his government’s progress and policies and the outlook for the national economy.

He will also meet with key CEOs of firms with headquarters in the U.S., to whom he will explain the advantages Mexico offers as a trading partner and destination for productive investment.

The Mexican government has repeated its commitment to the construction of increasingly high levels of dialogue, coordination and trust in bilateral relations with the United States on the basis of the principle of shared responsibility.

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