President Joe Biden, Mexican President Andres Manuel López Obrador and Canadian Top state leader Justin Trudeau are meeting for a progression of chats on movement, exchange and environmental change on Tuesday.

The three-way assembling is held most years, despite the fact that there was a rest while Donald Trump was U.S. president. 

It's frequently called the "three amigos highest point," a reference to the profound conciliatory and monetary ties between the nations.

What's more, Canada and the U.S. blame López Obrador for disregarding a streamlined commerce settlement by leaning toward Mexico's state-owed utility over power plants worked by unfamiliar and confidential financial backers.

In the mean time, Trudeau and López Obrador are worried about Biden's endeavors to support homegrown assembling, making worries that U.S. neighbors could be abandoned.

During that gathering, the Mexican chief provoked Biden to further develop life across the district, that's what letting him know "you grasp the key."

"This is the most ideal second for us to decide to get rid of this relinquishment, this scorn, and this distraction for Latin America and the Caribbean," Lopez Obrador said.

Jake Sullivan, Biden's public safety counselor, advised that nothing was chosen at this point.

In any case, it's one of the cornerstone projects that López Obrador is hustling to complete before his term closes one year from now.

The U.S. what's more, Mexico have likewise agreed on a significant change in movement strategy, which Biden reported a week ago.