Foreign Secretary Marcelo Ebrard, accompanied by the Chief Officer for North America, Roberto Velasco, met this morning at the Foreign Ministry with Elizabeth Sherwood-Randall, Homeland Security Advisor to U.S. President Biden, and her delegation.

The meeting between Foreign Secretary Ebrard and Elizabeth Sherwood-Randall took place under the Bicentennial Framework on Security, Public Health and Safe Communities between Mexico and the United States, as part of the binational strategy against arms and fentanyl trafficking.




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