United States President Joe Biden has arrived in Mexico ahead of bilateral meetings with Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau,

as well as a joint gathering of the three North American leaders, dubbed the “Three Amigos” summit. Migration, drug trafficking, manufacturing and trade are set to top the agenda of these meetings.

Issues of migration, illegal drugs, climate change, manufacturing and trade were set to dominate the two days of meetings between the longtime allies,

who have weathered some chafing in relations in recent years. Meanwhile, rights group Amnesty International called on the leaders to make “the rights of refugees and migrants” a top priority.

In a tweet upon landing in Mexico, Biden said the gathering “will deepen our coordination and advance our shared priorities for North America”.

Biden and Lopez Obrador were set to meet face to face again on Monday afternoon at the National Palace, before having dinner with Trudeau.

Biden’s arrival on Sunday, meanwhile, represented the first time a US president had touched down on Mexico soil since former President Barack Obama made the journey in 2014.