President Barack Obama and the president of Peru, Alan Garcia, have met and discussed the need to work together on improving the global economy and promoting democracy, addressing nuclear nonproliferation, reducing global warming and other issues. Obama the two nations "can't solve these problems individually." Obama and Garcia spoke briefly to reporters in the Oval Office. Garcia emphasized the importance of continuing reforms to the global economy, suggesting that the International Monetary Fund could oversee the effort. He rejected what he called protectionism and both leaders said they'd work to perfect a trade agreement enacted between the countries last year. Garcia also called on Congress to undertake an overhaul of immigration laws.