Visiting Guatemala and Mexico, US Vice President Kamala Harris and the “Anti-Money Laundering Organization” signed a memorandum of understanding on illegal immigration.
“Stay at home, help is on the way”, During his two-day visit to Guatemala and Mexico, U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris emphasized that at the end of Tuesday (June 8), he signed an agreement with the Mexican government agreeing to curb the immigration crisis. The memorandum between the two neighboring countries focuses on regional development and the fight against corruption in an attempt to stop the record of undocumented immigrants entering the United States.
What the husband conveyed was a message of “hope”.I Harris, Democratic President Joe Biden accused the thorny issue of illegal immigration. In April, 178,600 illegal immigrants were arrested at the US border, the highest in 15 years; 82% of them came from Mexico and the Central American “Northern Triangle” composed of Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador.
On the huge terrace of the Presidential Palace in central Mexico City, MI Harris attended the memorandum of understanding signed with Mexican President Andres Manuel López Obrador (“AMLO”) on Tuesday.After meeting with their respective advisers, the vice president who visited the international for the first time since taking office in January said that she wanted to “Solve the root cause of immigration”. She clarified “Almost no one wants to leave their country. People are fleeing violence and suffering.” The memo states world Procurement, the two countries promise “Deep [leur] Cooperation for the benefit of El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras”, No target project was specified. But Washington has pledged to invest $4 billion in humanitarian and development programs in the “Northern Triangle” countries.
The day before, in Guatemala, Kamala Harris emphasized “Regional Combat Smuggling of Migrants”, After meeting with Guatemalan President Alejandro Jamate.His project provides the creation of “Special groups” The two countries are based on information exchange. In January, 16 burnt bodies of gunned Guatemalans were found in Tamaulipas (northeast of Mexico). This gave people a cruel understanding of the fate of illegal immigrants at the hands of smugglers. Organized crime is related.
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