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Vice President Joe Biden will travel to Central America and the Caribbean this week to discuss topics ranging from energy to the surge in unaccompanied immigrant children with top officials.

A senior administration official on Sunday said the trip, Biden’s second to the region this year, is part of a “stepped-up pace of engagement” in the Western hemisphere that is “unprecedented” in recent history. Biden last week met with members of Congress to consult lawmakers on a range of issues related to the region.

In Brazil on Monday, Biden will watch the World Cup match between the U.S. and Ghana.

On Tuesday, he’ll meet with Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff and Vice President Michel Temer to discuss topics including energy and economics.

Biden then travels to Colombia to show the Bogota government and Colombians that the U.S. “will always be the first in line to support their aspirations,” the official said. Colombians are voting Sunday for their next president.