The United States assures Mexico that it will keep elements of Title 42 in operation

The United States assures Mexico that it will keep elements of Title 42 in operation

The adviser of the White House for National security, Elizabeth Sherwood-Randallassured this Tuesday in a meeting with the Mexican president, Andres Manuel Lopez Obradorwhat USA will maintain the operation of Title 42 after its foreseeable repeal on May 11.

They told us that they are going to take measures, in accordance with their legal provisions, to maintain what is working with the Title 42 with others legal systemssaid the chancellor of Mexico, Marcelo Ebrardin statements to the media at the end of the meeting, in which he was also present.

ebrard considered that the migrants they are being deceived, because they think that when the legal measure, which was adopted Donald Trump (2017-2021) and then the president continued Joe Biden to expel migrants on the grounds of the COVID-19 pandemic, they will be able to enter USA Without restrictions.

They already made it clear to us that it will not be like that,” said the head of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (SRE).

For his part, Lopez Obrador and members of his cabinet asked Sherwood-Randall greater investment to facilitate legal paths for migrants trying to reach the United States by crossing through Mexico.

What was the insistence of the president of Mexico? The need to invest, particularly in Central America, although not only, the need to expand those legal, documented, regular paths,” he explained. ebrard.

Although in previous meetings with the representative of the White House the crisis of the fentanylon this occasion it was focused on migratory flows.

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In a message posted on his Twitter account, Lopez Obrador said they were approached “with a humanistic approach“.

At the meeting, chaired by the president, Ebrard was also present; the Secretary of the Interior, Adán Augusto López; Defense, Luis Cresencio Sandoval; Marina’s, Rafael Ojeda; or the deputy general director of administration of the National Institute of Migration (INM), Armando López.

The United States, Ebrard continued, expressed its concern about the increase in the flows of people from Venezuela and other countries that are arriving at its southern border, in addition to offering a response to Mexico’s demands for a regulated path.

“He told us that the humanitarian visa program for Haitians, Venezuelans, Cubans and Nicaraguans will be maintained. And they have now expanded it to 100,000, and it is something that has gone unnoticed, for people from Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador,” he announced.

In addition, he thanked the US President, Joe Bidenhaving sent “an agent so close” to report directly to López Obrador.

Although Ebrard did not comment on the matter, this Tuesday a US official informed EFE that the Pentagon will temporarily deploy 1,500 soldiers on the border with Mexico for 90 days.

All this happens when it is expected that, before the end of the Title 42migratory flows continue to grow, after the USA last year a record 2.76 million migrants were intercepted and Mexico reported an annual increase of more than 43% in the number of people in an irregular situation in the country in 2022, up to 444,439.

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With information from EFE

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2023-05-03 04:05:07


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