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UPDATED: 09:20, March 03, 2005
Mexico, US, Canada negotiate details for summit
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Officials from Mexico, the United States and Canada are still negotiating on the details and venue for the three-country summit set for the end of this month.

Officials of the Mexican Presidency said Wednesday that the three governments "keep on negotiating the details and exact place in the United States for the three-party summit."

Canadian Prime Minister Paul Martin will meet with US President George W. Bush and Mexican President Vicente Fox on March 23 to discuss the process of deepening the North American Free Trade Agreement, sources from Washington said Tuesday.

Before that, the two presidents will hold a meeting to analyze bilateral issues including immigration, trade and border security.

But so far the venue and details of the summit remain unsettled,although some reports said that the meeting could take place in the US state of Texas bordering Mexico, the place of origin of President Bush.

Other sources said the details of the event will be fine tuned by US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and Mexican Foreign Minister Luis Derbez, when they meet on March 10 in Mexico City. year, according to the survey of more than 750 officers.

Source: Agencies

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