Immigration, security top issues in meeting with Mexican President Calderón
Continuing a long-standing tradition between the leaders of the two nations, President-elect Obama met today with Mexican President Felipe Calderón to discuss some of the major issues that will be the cornerstone of U.S.-Mexico relations during the coming Administration.
According to incoming Press Secretary Robert Gibbs, President-elect Obama “expressed his commitment to advance cooperation on a range of issues, including security, the economy and immigration.”
The two leaders met at the Mexican Cultural Institute for lunch, and later visited the José Clemente Orozco Gallery in Washington D.C.
See pictures of the meeting below.
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