Mexico’s top diplomat on Thursday expects next year’s “continuously growing” flow of immigrants to flow across his country from the so-called Northern Triangles, Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador to the United States. Stated.
Foreign Minister Marcelo Evrad estimates that the United States will need to donate $ 2 billion annually to stabilize the three poor countries in order to eliminate the situation for people to flee.
Evrad said Mexico is also planning to invest in the region.
“If you look at the region from different perspectives, especially from demographic and economics perspectives, it’s clear that the flow is constant and will grow over the next few years,” says Evlard. “The United States will need to allocate $ 2 billion annually to development in these countries of Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador.”
The US Border Guard arrested 172,000 illegal immigrants last month. This is the highest since March 2001. An additional 1,000 people avoid capture per day. In February, border guards arrested 101,000 people.
This surge occurred at the same time as more than a dozen administrative measures under President Donald Trump and the revocation of the Biden administration of diplomatic agreements.
“I would argue that it’s the biggest surge I’ve ever seen in border guard history,” said Brandon Jud, chairman of the Border Guard Council, a Republican, Texas landowner, and law. Said at the roundtable meeting. Enforced on April 7.
On March 24, President Joe Byden appointed Vice President Kamala Harris to be responsible for responding to the border crisis. She said she had not yet visited the border and instead focused on providing more support to Central American countries.
Biden’s top border coordinator will leave the administration at the end of April amid a surge. The White House confirmed on Friday that former US Ambassador to Mexico Roberta Jacobson, President’s Special Aide and Coordinator, will resign.
“Bidden knew that our southern border was safer, safer, and no one could just approach it. The White House said in a statement, the first 100 of the administration. Consistent with his original commitment to serve the day, Ambassador Jacobson said he would resign from his role as coordinator at the end of this month.