Canadian Prime Minister Jared Kushner, Donald Trump’s son, adviser and Robert Lighthizer will visit Mexico on Tuesday to discuss the matter.

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Mexican Foreign Minister Marcelo Abraard said Tuesday that a meeting of negotiating teams between Mexico, the United States and Canada will be held in Mexico City to discuss progress in ratifying the trade agreement between Mexico and Canada. the three countries.
The meeting will take place at the National Palace and will be attended by US media, Washington Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer, White House presidential adviser Donald Trump and son-in-law Jared Kushner.
As the Canadian press advanced, Christia Freeland was her deputy prime minister.
Mexican representatives will include Marcelo Abraard, Mexico’s chief negotiator, Jess Sad, and his business asecurity, Graciela Marquez.
Hours earlier, Marquez said today that the trade agreement between Mexico, the United States and Canada, which was about to be ratified, estimated that the agreement would begin in the first half of 2020.
I can assure you that we are in the final moments of ratification, Marquez told the media at the National Palace.
Marquez said that ratification in the United States would lead to the same measures in Canada, while in Mexico we would have to see what is in this treaty to make adjustments about Adendum.
Once the laws are changed, justifications will be given, translations will be made, and if they are ratified in the next few days (we will discuss this in the first half of 2020, we will have the implementation of that law.
Regarding possible changes, Marquez indicated that the Mexican Senate would review the new version of the treaty.
On 30 November 2018, the governments of Mexico and Canada concluded negotiations on the North American Free Trade Agreements, which were intended to replace the current 1994 agreement between the US trading countries and the three countries.
Mexico has already ratified the agreement and expects the United States and Canada to follow suit.
With information from EFE.