Mexican President calls on the United States to "move" to solve the immigration crisis

Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador on Wednesday called on the United States to "move" to solve the current immigration crisis.

Lopez Obrador said in his daily press conference that the United States “committed to invest 4 billion (dollars), two billion for Central America and two billion for Mexico. Nothing arrived, nothing. There has been a lot of talk, we have to act.”

"There's a good atmosphere now, because President (Joe) Biden is engaged, and Mrs. (Kamala) Harris and Mr. (Jack) Sullivan, President Biden's security adviser, are very engaged as well, and now the ambassador."

In other words, there are excellent conditions for signing a good agreement for the development of Latin America and the Caribbean, especially the countries of Central America. So we will wait and I think there will be results.”

Tens of thousands of undocumented immigrants, mostly Haitians, have arrived in recent months at the southern border of Mexico in search of a new life in the United States.

The US authorities have begun to fly back Haitians from the border city of Del Rio in Texas, where thousands are waiting in the hope of entering the United States.

Many of these arrived in Mexico from Brazil or Chile, where they were staying as refugees, after a perilous journey through ten countries.

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