The President's News Conference With President Felipe de Jesus Calderon Hinojosa of Mexico in Mexico City, Mexico

April 2009
Daily Compilation of Presidential Documents;4/16/2009, Special section p1
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The article discusses the highlights of a news conference between U.S. President Barack Obama and Mexican President Felipe de Jesus Calderon Hinojosa in Mexico City, Mexico, on April 16, 2009. According to Calderon, the two governments have decided that the fight against multinational organized crime must be based on cooperation, shared responsibility and mutual trust. Obama talks about the economic ties between the two countries. The two presidents discussed various issues, including border security, drug control cooperation and immigration reform.


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