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North American Summit accords limited to making region stronger

North American Summit accords limited to making region stronger

Mexico City, Jan 11 (Prensa Latina) The agreements of the Latin American Leaders' Summit did not deviate from its local objectives of strengthening the integration of that region, several sources reported on Wednesday.

One of the most outstanding issues is the creation of a trilateral front against fentanyl through which Mexico, the United States, and Canada will share information against the use of chemical precursors in drug production and seek more global collaboration on the issue.

Another point is to organize a committee for investment and import substitution to regulate purchases abroad and try to produce in the region what is consumed, an initiative by President Andrés Manuel López Obrador.

As of this summit, the fight against the production and trafficking of fentanyl, which has its main base in Mexico, is no longer only a priority for the United States but also for its partners in the T-MEC Free Trade Commission, media commented.

During the joint meeting, Joe Biden, Justin Trudeau, and Lopez Obrador agreed to work together to fight synthetic drugs, continue the talks on this problem, and seek broader global collaboration on this global threat.


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