The president of Guatemala, Jimmy Morales, met today with the United States senator for the state of Utah, Mike Lee, to talk about drug trafficking, security, migration or transparency.
"We have talked about issues of interest such as the fight against drug trafficking and the issue of immigration, which has attracted a lot of attention in recent days," Morales said, according to statements made by the Guatemalan News Agency (state).
They also spoke about the efforts and advances in transparency in Guatemala and relations with the United States "at a diplomatic and economic level and the need to strengthen our relationship," he said.
In this meeting, which took place in the presidential office of the National Palace of Culture, also participated the US ambassador to Guatemala, Luis Arreaga, and the ministers of Foreign Affairs, Sandra Jovel; of Interior, Enrique Degenhart, and Defense, Luis Ralda.
"We talked for more than an hour touching issues that are important for the United States and Guatemala, it's a pleasure to be here, in this beautiful country," said the senator.