Secretaries of agriculture from U.S., Mexico and Canada have lunch with their wives USDA photo by Preston Keres
U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue and Mrs. Perdue have breakfast with Canadian Agriculture Minister Lawrence MacAulay and Mexican Secretary of Agriculture José Calzada Rovirosa and their wives in Savannah, Georgia before a long day of trilateral meetings as well as other joint events June 20, 2017.

North American ag secretaries set stage for NAFTA

Perdue hosts Canadian and Mexican agricultural secretaries in Georgia for two-day meeting.

Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue hosted Canada's Agriculture Minister Lawrence MacAulay and Mexico's Secretary of Agriculture José Calzada Rovirosa in Savannah, Ga., on Monday and Tuesday to develop the relationships needed as the three countries look to re-examine the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA).

Although none will formally be at the negotiating table, Perdue explained that it sets the stage for NAFTA and sets a tone of “truth, trust and trustworthin

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