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Introduced in Senate (02/14/2001)

Expresses the sense of Congress that the President should work with the Government of Mexico to advance bilateral cooperation and should seek to: (1) encourage economic growth and development; (2) strengthen cooperation between military and law enforcement entities to address common threats to security; (3) provide assistance in support of President Vicente Fox's plan to reform Mexico's judicial system and combat corruption and to strengthen democratic institutions; (4) develop a common strategy to address immigration and to fight the illicit drug trade; (5) encourage bilateral and multilateral environmental protection activities; (6) obtain the support of the Mexican Government to assist the Government of Colombia in achieving a peaceful political resolution to the conflict in Colombia; and (7) review the current illicit drug certification process and consider other evaluation mechanisms.