Tuesday, November 27, 2012



Note: interesting selection of meetings, guess the consensus is
that republicans no longer relevant. mostly computer english

Peña Nieto to Obama: Reducing violence is the main challenge
J. Jaime Hernandez / Correspondent / The Universal | November 27,
2012 | 15:47 pm

Washington. - In an atmosphere of open dialogue and camaraderie, the
elected president of Mexico, Enrique Peña Nieto, said today before
U.S. President Barack Obama, that reducing violence is one of the
main challenges in the beginning of his administration .

Peña Nieto also vowed to enhance cooperation in the fields of
security, trade and migration, in what was a clear statement of
intent against its main partner in the White House.

Under the gaze of George Washington and Abraham Lincoln, the images
of former presidents of the American Union who witnessed the event
from the Oval Office of the White House, President Obama
congratulated Peña Nieto for his victory last July, and said he is
willing to work with a man who is reputed to "do and achieve all that
is proposed."

"Mexico is for us a very important country," Obama said.

He reiterated the readiness of his government to give continuity to
all projects and plans of bilateral cooperation in the field of
security, trade and employment.

He highlighted its commitment to promote comprehensive immigration

The meeting between the two leaders took place in a high degree of
comfort for both towards the end of an interview, in which witnesses
were Vice President Joe Biden; Luis Videgaray, general coordinator
for the Transitional Government, and the U.S. ambassador Anthony
Wayne, among others.

Peña Nieto will meet later with Majority Leader Harry Reid in the

El Diario de Chihuahua

EPN held his first meeting with Barack Obama
In the Oval Office of the White House, Obama said he would be honored
to work with the president-elect of Mexico

WASHINGTON, Nov. 27. - When you start your meeting with President-
elect of Mexico, Enrique Peña Nieto, the U.S. president, Barack Obama
hoped to be a professional and very firm, because the political state
of Mexico "is reputed to be a person who likes to make things. "

In the Oval Office, West Wing of the White House, Obama said he would
be honored to work together.

At the reception, attended by their security teams, the U.S.
president told Peña Nieto: "I was born in an entity much colder than

"I know that Peña Nieto has an ambitious reform agenda and we are
talking about how to strengthen economic relations," said the U.S.

Meanwhile, President-elect Enrique Peña Nieto, thanked Obama has
appointed Joe Biden to attend his inauguration.

"It is my first visit to the U.S. as President-elect, I congratulate
him on his victory in the last election," said Peña Nieto.
"I extend an invitation to visit Mexico officially, on a state
visit," the president-elect of Mexico.

With information from Notimex
2012-11-27 15:04:00

Needed, a secure border, Pena and Nancy Pelosi agree
The leader pointed to President-elect Barack Obama for instruction,
the need also for comprehensive immigration reform and comprehensive.

Rosa Elvira Vargas, sent
Posted: 11.27.2012 13:38

Washington. Enrique Peña Nieto and the minority leader of the House
of Representatives, Nancy Pelosi, agreed on the need for Mexico and
the United States a modern and secure border. The political leader
also said, a statement from President Barack Obama, the need to
promote a global and comprehensive immigration reform.

Before the scheduled meeting in the House of Representatives, and
Pelosi, Peña Nieto also insisted on a approach to give greater trade
and investment ties between the two nations.

In fact, Pelosi admitted that the Mexican nation represents the major
U.S. client so it is important to reinforce areas.

However, both also noted the need to maintain the fight against drug

Peña Nieto will meet this afternoon with President Barack Obama at
the White House, first in a meeting in which members will transition
team and officials from the American side the Obama administration at
the end of the meeting of 35 minutes will have a private meeting with
the U.S. president.

Employment generation, common challenge between Mexico and the U.S.:
Related Notes
• Pena Nieto, for relationship "more constructive and purposeful"
with EU
• Requires "hemispheric debate" about drugs, said in an interview EPN
• Peña Nieto calls on Canada to review visa requirement
Organización Editorial Mexicana
November 27, 2012

Alejandro Colon / The Press

Washington, DC. - When meeting with the minority leader of the House
of Representatives of the United States, Nancy Pelosi, the elected
president of Mexico, Enrique Peña Nieto, manifested by increased
North American integration to generate more jobs and opportunities,
"share equally a major challenge in creating jobs," he noted.

In a joint message, Enrique Peña Nieto said his government will begin
on December 1, will work towards a closer relationship, purposeful
and constructive relationship between the two countries.

After meeting with Secretary of Homeland Security in this country,
Janet Napolitano, with whom he discussed security issues, Peña Nieto
said the topics with members of Congress and public safety; borders
more secure and modern and to reach agreements higher economic growth
and cultural exchange, while stressing the importance of the topic of

He reiterated the Mexican government's intention to broaden the good
relationship between the two countries and mentioned the importance
of their management will extend bridges of dialogue and communication
in order to maintain a constant dialogue with political and social
sectors of the country's north.

Meanwhile, to welcome the President-Elect of Mexico, Nancy Pelosi
offered to work together to strengthen the borders as to fight
organized crime and drug trafficking, and expressed interest in
raising the issue of immigration reform.

Pelosi, who will retain the leadership of her party in the lower
house, congratulated President-elect for his victory in the
presidential election last July and vowed to keep working together
with Mexico.

"We hope to resolve the immigration issue through comprehensive
immigration reform. That is the mandate of President Obama," she said.

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