Flags of the U.S., Canada and Mexico fly next to each other in Detroit, Michigan, U.S. August 29, 2018. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook/File Photo

MEXICO CITY, Nov 15 (Reuters) – The leaders of the United States, Mexico and Canada will discuss the economic integration of North America, immigration and the coronavirus pandemic at a summit this week, Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said on Monday.

Lopez Obrador is due to hold talks with U.S. President Joe Biden and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in Washington on Thursday at the first in-person meeting of the leaders of the three nations since 2016. Only Trudeau was in office last time.

“There are three issues: economic integration, migration and health regarding COVID and cooperation on dealing with the pandemic,” Lopez Obrador told a regular news conference.

The Mexican president said labor mobility in the region would also be on the agenda, and reiterated that he did not…

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