Feb. 19 - North American leaders pose for the traditional ''family'' photo in the Mexican city of Toluca ahead of trilateral talks for the ''Three Amigos'' Summit. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
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STORY: North American leaders converged on the Mexican city of Toluca on Wednesday ahead of trilateral talks for the sixth annual North American leader's Summit.
Ahead of the official talks, the three leaders posed for an official photo in Toluca's art nouveau Cosmo Vitral botanic gardens with it's famed stained glass windows.
The North American leader's summit, popularly referred to as the Three Amigos Summit, will see Mexican President Pena Nieto host talks on regional security as well as economic development with Obama and Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper. Immigration is also expected to be a hot topic at the talks.
Established in 2005, this is Mexico's third North American leaders' summit with previous host cities being Cancun in 2006 and Guadalajara in 2009.
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