White House Superior Advisor Jared Kushner arrives at the headquarters of Mexican President-elect Andrés Manuel López Obrador in Mexico City on Friday, July 13, 2018. Kushner is part of a regional delegation of cabinet headed by the Secretary of State of EE. UU . López Obrador will replace the current president in December. (Christian Palma / Associated Press)
by Associated Press July 14 at 3:04 AM
WASHINGTON – The last in Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and the meetings of the cabinet delegation with officials in Mexico City (all times EDT):
The president-elect of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, has delivered to a high-level US delegation a proposal on how the two countries can work together in key areas of cooperation.  That is according to Marcelo Ebrard, whom López Obrador chose as Foreign Relations Secretary after taking office on December 1.
Ebrard says that the proposal covers four main pillars of the relationship: trade, development, security and migration. He adds that the details will be made public only after being in the hands of US President Donald Trump.
Ebrard describes Friday's meeting between Lopez Obrador and senior US officials, including Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, as "frank, respectful and cordial."
USA UU Secretary of State Mike Pompeo congratulated the elected president of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, and said that the visit of a high-level delegation to the country indicates Washington's commitment to the bilateral relationship.
Pompeo met with López Obrador in Mexico City on Friday afternoon. less than two weeks after his overwhelming choice.
Pompeo told the president-elect that the presence of four senior US officials shows that "the United States values our relationship with Mexico very much."
He acknowledged that "there have been setbacks on the road between our two countries." But he added that President Donald Trump "is determined to improve and strengthen the relationship between our peoples."
The delegation met previously with the current president, Enrique Peña Nieto, and visited the US embbady. UU Mexico City.
The office of Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto says he asked a delegation from the United States led by State Secretary Mike Pompeo to quickly gather separate migrant families at the border.
A statement by the presidency says that it called for "a permanent alternative that prioritizes the welfare and rights of minors."
He adds that the president expressed his concern over a recent attack on a 92-year-old Mexican man legally residing in California. According to reports, the man was beaten by a woman with a brick and told to "return to his country".
Peña Nieto said that such incidents "foment a climate of hatred and racism that we must avoid"
An American delegation headed by Secretary of State Mike Pompeo arrived in Los Pinos , the official residence of Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto.
The caravan toured the streets of Mexico to the residence and disappeared behind the security perimeter of the complex.
The delegation also plans to meet with President-elect Andrés Manuel López Obrador, a left-wing populist who won by badault on July 1. The dramatic change in Mexican politics offers neighboring nations the opportunity to repair strained relations or worsen them.
He takes office on December 1
Accompanying Pompeo on the trip are the son-in-law of President Donald Trump and White House adviser Jared Kushner, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and Hom The Secretary of Security from the USA UU., Kirstjen Nielsen.
They will meet Friday afternoon with the Secretary of Foreign Affairs, Luis Videgaray.
Mike Pompeo, Secretary of State, heads a Cabinet delegation to Mexico after a radical change election that could offer an opportunity for neighbors to repair strained relations.
Friday will be joined by Pompeo the son-in-law of President Donald Trump and White House Advisor Jared Kushner, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin (mih-NOO & -39; -shin) and Secretary of National Security Kirstjen (KEER & # 39; -sten) Nielsen.
Relations between the United States and Mexico have deteriorated significantly under Trump, who campaigned to build a border wall and blamed Mexico and social problems in the United States
However, after the overwhelming victory of the leftist Andrés Manuel López Obrador, tensions have eased.
Both leaders made positive statements after a phone call earlier this month. The wall was not mentioned.
López Obrador will replace President Enrique Peña Nieto in December.
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