MEXICO city, 3 August. /TASS/. The administration elected Mexican President Manuel Lopez Obrador intends to revise earlier agreements on security with the U.S. government. About it reports Reuters with a reference to Alfonso Durazo, which will be headed by the Ministry of public security of Mexico after the inauguration of the Lopez Obrador of the first of December.

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“We will review all agreements on cooperation between our countries. When the time comes, we will review initiatives such as “plan Merida”, he said.

According to Reuters, the Mexican government intends to redirect received financial assistance for economic and social projects .

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“Plan Merida”, adopted in the US in 2007, aims to help authorities in Mexico to improve border security, to reduce the number of illegal migrants, strengthen public confidence in the justice and to improve security in the country. The amount of financial assistance under this plan is $2.9 billion, according to Reuters.