Reuters JOSE LUIS GONZALEZ
The Mexican government announced that it will develop a plan to deal with migrants stranded in the country as a result of the policies of US President Donald Trump, stressing that it is not responsible for their influx.
The Mexican Interior Ministry said it “will work with the State Department on how to deal with immigrants inside the country because of Trump’s policy, which Democratic candidate Joe Biden has pledged to cancel.”
“Mexico will work with the governments of the United States, Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador to face immigration challenges,” Interior Minister Olga Sanchez said.
She added, “We are not the cause of the problem, but we are reiterating our desire to be part of the solution.”
And she continued, “We will develop a plan for immigrants who are still in Mexico through this program .. It is expected that in the distant future, there will be an increase in the flow of immigrants trying to reach the United States via Mexico.”