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AMLO asks for United States actions against migration

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To attend to the causes that generate migration, which flows have increased in the last few months, the president Andrés Manuel López Obrador plan that the Congress of United States would be entitled to a package of 20 million dollars to attend to the countries of Latin America and the Caribbeanregularize a 10 million Hispanicssuspend the blockade in Cuba and lift sanctions in Venezuela.

In the meantime, I say that actions to contain migrants are also carried out in the South of the country to prevent them from being victims of crime or accidents in which they have fallen.

Although recognized by United States for obtaining visas, there are four suggestions.

“Four medicines: One, 20 million dollars per country Latin America and the Caribbean. That the Congress of United States would like a plan of cooperation for development and well-being. We are talking about the structure. Don’t do it or ask questions. Dos, regularize until less than 10 million Hispanics who have more than 10 years working honestly in United States,” she explained.

The owner of the federal executive planteó suspender el blockade in Cuba to begin a bilateral dialogue addressing the “fears of terrorism” and quitting sanctions against Venezuelaand that in the abduction of the group of 32 migrants there were citizens of that nationality.

I would like to point out that with projects like el Corredor Interoceánico del Istmo de Tehuantepec (CIIT) desarrollo curtains are created so that along with the industrial parks, employees are generated for the inhabitants of the region and those who come from other countries.

López Obrador I say that the truth is that migrants — Venezuelans, Hondurans, Colombians, Guatemalans, from Ecuador — do not go up and in their countries have labor opportunities, so that a plan of development and cooperation in the countries of Latin America, Central America and the Caribbean.


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