Mexico City, Mexico — President Andrés Manuel López Obrador held his first telephone call with his counterpart, the newly sworn-in President of the United States, Joseph Biden. The pair discussed the bilateral relationship between Mexico and the United States.
“Everything indicates that relations will be good for the good of our people and nations,” the president reported in a message on social networks.
Migration, the COVID-19 pandemic and cooperation for development and well-being were the topics on the agenda discussed by the two leaders. Details about DACA and any talk of the border wall halt were not addressed.
President Joe Biden was sworn in January 20. It was the first conversation between the two leaders since he took office.