Barack Obama’s Central American Tour Begins in Mexico

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    President Barack Obama arrived in Mexico City to start his Central American wisit.

    On his agenda is a private meeting with Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto at the National Palace, the seat of the executive branch. After the meeting, which is scheduled to last a couple of hours, the leaders will offer a joint press conference.

    On Friday, the U.S. president’s agenda includes a meeting with students and entrepreneurs at the National Museum of Anthropology, and private meetings with staff of the U.S. Embassy in Mexico.

    Then Barack Obama will leave for Costa Rica, where he will meet with the six Central American presidents.

    The agenda includes addressing migration, issues, trade and security.

    Despite security measures hundreds of people of the Mexican Union of Electricians and migrant organizations protested outside the U.S. Embassy, located about four kilometers from the National Palace. The demonstration took place peacefully.

    President Obama leaves on Friday for the second leg of this trip to Costa Rica, scheduled to occur between 11:55 and 12:25 hours.

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN)
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