The president of United States, Joe Biden, and that of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, They pledged to create a working group on arms trafficking, related crimes and border security, the White House reported this Friday in a statement.

Biden and López Obrador also announced a joint investment to address the causes of migration, increase incomes for small farmers and reduce deforestation in southern Mexico, the White House said of their Thursday meeting.

The leaders discussed the importance of investigating and prosecuting human traffickers and seeking a new regional pact on migration.

The United States and Mexico also pledged to sign a Memorandum of Understanding for joint cooperation on mental health, substance use disorders and addictions.

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