Yesterday, U.S. The U.S. Ambassador to Mexico Ken Salazar, and the Department of Justice’s Office of International Affairs hosted an international bilateral meeting in Tijuana to discuss security cooperation issues. The two delegations discussed ways to strengthen cooperation in fighting human smuggling, and firearms trafficking within the region. The U.S. delegation consisted of Ambassador Salazar and Deputy Attorney General and Counselor For International Affairs Bruce Swartz. Also included were representatives from the FBI, U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives and Rob Bonta. The Mexican delegation was led by Ricardo Mejia, Undersecretary for Public Security.
The two delegations discussed ways to strengthen and expand existing coordination of enforcement efforts, information-sharing, and counter arms trafficking.
Both sides agreed to continue investigating, prosecuting, and identifying those responsible for illegally exporting firearms that end up in the hands criminal groups and violent cartels.
The U.S. law enforcement partners and Mexico committed to increased information sharing and future coordination.
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