Felipe Calderon, Mexico´s President, and U.S. President Barack Obama met for talks in the White House yesterday. The two heads of state praised their cooperation on issues of border security and commerce.
They talked in the White House about immigration and the problems with drug cartels. They want to take steps to fight against those cartels in Mexico.
"We are very mindful that the battle President Calderon is fighting inside of Mexico is not just his battle, it´s also ours," Obama said. However, he said it was "a challenging task."