U.S. President Joe Biden is set to meet with Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador on the sidelines of the APEC conference in San Francisco. They will discuss efforts to strengthen the U.S.-Mexico relationship, address shared concerns, and work together to manage migration at the border. Fentanyl trafficking and trade will also be on the agenda. López Obrador plans to bring up the case for Cuba and urge Biden to resume dialogue and end U.S. sanctions. Biden met with President Xi Jinping earlier and highlighted economic ties with Pacific nations.