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President Obama and President Jose Mujica of Uruguay spoke to the press before holding a meeting. The two leaders discussed the “strong” relationship between their countries on human rights, social inclusion, and global security. President Mujica also talked about the tobacco smoking problem in Uruguay and his belief that the United States must become a bilingual country.
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Jose "Pepe" Alberto Mujica Cordano President Uruguay
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