- For the first time, the content of Biden’s letter to AMLO is shown.
- Biden wants to carry out tests to finance a Q4 program.
- It is the response to the letter sent on September 7.
The response that Joe Biden wrote to the letter sent by President Andrés Manuel López Obrador was revealed, which shows a closer relationship between the two presidents; in response, it is announced that the president of the United States is seeking to finance AMLO’s most important project.
In the letter that Andrés Manuel López Obrador wrote, he mentions to Biden that he wants Mexico and the United States to fight together insecurity and hunger, which are the main causes of immigration from Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador. But the response he received was not what the Mexican president expected.
Biden AMLO letter content: Biden’s response
According to Forbes Mexico, Joe Biden wrote a solid response to the president of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador to the letter sent by the Mexican president asking for the necessary support to combat insecurity, food and, above all, immigration occurs in the countries of Central America.
The content of the letter was announced by Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard this morning at a press conference. He read the letter from the US president, which highlights that he is interested in the Youth Building the Future and Sowing Life programs, which could help thousands of young people and people who work in the agriculture sector. Filed Under: Biden AMLO letter content
Letter content Biden AMLO: He is interested in the future of Mexico
One of Biden’s main purposes is to help migration between Mexico and the United States. For this reason, he mentioned that he wants to carry out the pilot tests for the financing and application of the Youth Building the Future and Sembrando Vida programs, which could be implemented in Central America, to avoid the excessive group of people who travel to the border with Mexico to cross’ to the other side’.
According to Forbes Mexico, Marcelo Ebrard mentioned Joe Biden’s letter, where he affirms that his government has dispersed around 600 million dollars in support of the Central American governments. In addition, in the letter that the US president replied, it is indicated about the direct cash transfer to the inhabitants of those countries, for better development. Filed Under: Biden AMLO letter content
Biden AMLO letter content: A joint effort
As Marcelo Ebrard read, Joe Biden indicated in his letter that they would be working together to provide more than 600 million dollars for the countries of Central America. In that letter, they assured that the United States Government was helping to improve “cooperation” with investment in Mexico.
“In the last year, the United States has provided more than 600 million dollars in Central America. I look forward to working with you to expand our cooperation, specifically increasing investment in southern Mexico and northern Central America, ”said Joe Biden in his letter to Andrés Manuel López Obrador. Filed Under: Biden AMLO letter content
Biden AMLO letter content: The vision they share
Joe Biden pointed out in his letter that the vision of the governments of Mexico and the United States share a vision and that they have been working together to improve an immigration system that protects human life; Marcelo Ebrard said that Biden is considering asylum applications.
“We share the vision of an immigration system that humanely protects our respective borders, expands legal avenues of opportunity and protection in the United States, considers asylum applications fairly and efficiently, reduces irregular migration, and addresses root causes,” he said. Biden. Filed Under: Biden AMLO letter content
Biden AMLO letter content: Addressing the causes
According to Televisa News, one part of the letter mentions that they are trying to work together so that they can dissuade potential migrants who wish to seek the security in the United States that they do not have in their countries of origin; For this reason, they will try to support these citizens more to have better opportunities in their places of origin.
“We agree that the most effective and sustainable way to deter potential migrants from fleeing their homes is by addressing the root causes of migration: lack of economic opportunities, weak governance, corruption, violence and inequality ”, mentions the letter that Ebrard read. Filed Under: Biden AMLO letter content
Joe Biden is in mourning
US President Joe Biden regretted the death of retired general Raymond Odierno, one of the most recognized commanders of the troops Americans in Iraq, whom he called a hero, as he led the capture of Saddam Hussein, according to the military news agency EFE and the portal NBC News.
“Today is a sad day for our nation. We have lost a hero of great integrity and honor, “Biden and his wife, Jill Biden, said in a statement released by the White House.
“WE HAVE LOST A HERO”
Odierno died Friday at age 67 of cancer, according to a statement from his family released by Army spokesman Lt. Col. Terence M. Kelly.
Odierno’s family did not share further details and indicated that the information on the burial and burial “are not available.” Born in Rockaway, New Jersey, Odierno became a four-star general in the US Army and retired in 2015.
He was commander-in-chief of the United States forces in Iraq between 2018 and 2010, a position he assumed after being the number two in the military command in that country and leading the IV Infantry Division there during the US invasion in March 2003.
Raymond Odierno, with a strong build and shaved head, was in command when the special forces of the IV Division captured former Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein in his lair in late 2003, official US government sources reported.
Served for four decades
Biden and his wife noted that in his “nearly four decades of service” he helped the United States Army “become the modern fighting force it is today – an Army, in Odierno’s words, that is’ deeply admired and deeply admired. respected by our allies’ and ‘feared by our adversaries’ ”, especially on the Saddam Hussein issue.
In addition to serving in Germany, Albania, Kuwait, and Iraq, Odierno headed the Joint Forces Command between October 2010 and August 2011, and subsequently became, in September 2011, Chief of the Army General Staff.
The presidential couple declared themselves eternally grateful for the words of Odierno during the funeral of Beau Biden, Biden’s son who died in 2015 of a brain tumor, and who was posthumously awarded a military award, the “Legion of Merit”, for his uniformed career and his service in Iraq.
The recently deceased retired general Raymond Odierno is survived by his wife, Linda, their three children – one of them, also a military man, a survivor of a grenade attack in Iraq that caused the amputation of an arm – and four grandchildren, reported government authorities.
CIA CREATES WORKING GROUP
Recently, in a matter of intelligence operation in the United States, the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) announced on Thursday that it will form a task force on China at the highest level as part of a campaign by the US government to counter the influence of Beijing. .
The group will be one of less than a dozen CIA-operated mission centers, with weekly director-level meetings to develop strategy on China. The intelligence center also announced that it will seek to recruit Chinese-speaking people and that it will also create a center dedicated to new technologies and global problems, such as climate change and global health.
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