Mexico and U.S agreed to design a new migration plan to order and regulate the flows of people and refugees to the neighboring country.
In his virtual meeting, the President’s National Security Advisor Biden and the Secretary of Foreign Relations, Marcelo Ebrard Casaubon, agreed to efforts to guarantee a safe, orderly and regular migration system.
“Attention to the structural causes of migration is a priority shared by the Government of Mexico and by the next administration headed by President Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris,” said the Foreign Ministry.
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The design of the new regional strategy agreed by officials, continued the SRE in a press release, should focus on the protection of human rights of migrants and refugees, as well as a regional response focused on economic development as the basis for a migration plan, “on which Secretary Ebrard and advisor Sullivan agreed to continue working in the short term.”
On the subject of immigration policy, the Mexican Foreign Minister highlighted the cooperation and progress of the Comprehensive Development Plan, a vision of international cooperation for development, a document prepared between the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) and the countries of northern Central America.