May 28, 2022


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A Joint Statement Showing New Agreements on U.S.-Mexico Relations

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According to a statement released yesterday in the White House, the President of the United States, Donald J. Trump and Mexico President, Enrique Peña Nieto, talked at length through the telephone and agreed to some important decisions affecting both countries, including Mexico agreeing to payment for the construction of border walls.

The statement read thus;

The United States President Donald J. Trump and Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto spoke by phone this morning for an hour.  The call was mutually arranged by their teams.

The two had a productive and constructive call regarding the bilateral relationship between the two countries, the current trade deficit the United States has with Mexico, the importance of the friendship between the two nations, and the need for the two nations to work together to stop drug cartels, drug trafficking and illegal guns and arms sales.

With respect to payment for the border wall, both presidents recognize their clear and very public differences of positions on this issue but have agreed to work these differences out as part of a comprehensive discussion on all aspects of the bilateral relationship.

Both presidents have instructed their teams to continue the dialogue to strengthen this important strategic and economic relationship in a constructive way.

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