Mexico, May 9 (Notimex) .- The Bilateral Executive Committee for Border Administration in the 21st Century will meet on May 22 and 23 in Mexico City to discuss delays at border crossings, as well as to seek to reach agreements that allow solving the current situation.
The former, following the call of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to the government of the United States on the urgency of accelerating the transit of goods on the border.
With the previous agreement, Chancellor Marcelo Ebrard Casaubon ended his working visit to Washington D.C., where he participated as a speaker at the 49th Conference of the Council of the Americas.
During his stay in the capital of the United States, the chancellor, accompanied by Ambassador Martha Bárcena, met at the White House with officials of the federal government of the United States to discuss the trade differences derived from tariffs on steel, aluminum, and tomato.
They also talked about the progress made in the ratification of the United States–Mexico–Canada Agreement (USMCA), as well as issues related to migration, border issues, and cooperation for development in the south-southeast region of Mexico, as well as in Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador.
During his stay, Ebrard Casaubon also had the opportunity to talk with Republican Senator from South Carolina, Lindsey Graham, among others.