Canada, Mexico, US Presidents Meet at Summit
President Barack Obama was in Mexico Wednesday meeting with his Mexican and Canadian counterparts for a summit of the North American Free Trade Agreement partners.
The meeting came amid tensions between the three countries, with news of the National Security Agency spying on Pena Nieto still fresh.
The three also addressed trade agreements and immigration within North America. The countries talked about the slow progress on the Keystone Pipeline with Canada and stalled immigration reform because of the economic effects of immigration on both sides of the border.
However, there's also been progress. Keeping trade a main focus of the summit, on Feb. 18, Canada and Mexico signed an agreement to pave the way for increased air travel between the two countries.