Fox thanks Bush for effort on legislation

By Ginger Thompson, El Universal, May 28, 2006

On the last day of his four-day visit to the United States, President Vicente Fox spoke with U.S. President George W. Bush to thank him for his support for the immigration changes that were passed by the Senate this week.

Deputy Foreign Secretary Gerónimo Gutiérrez said Fox contacted President Bush Friday morning. Gutiérrez said Fox "recognized President Bush´s leadership" in standing against fierce opposition from within the Republican Party, promoting increased security along the U.S.-Mexico border and expanding guest-worker programs.

Fox also restated Mexico´s commitment to working with the United States to strengthen security along the border and to create more jobs so that its people do not feel the need to migrate...."

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