Wednesday, June 8, 2022

The largest migrant caravan attempting to leave southern Mexico in 2022, 15,000 continue its advance



1. A huge caravan of nearly 15,000 migrants, the most numerous to date, departed the southeastern Mexican state of Chiapas on Monday with the goal of reaching the United States.

That journey was timed to coincide with the beginning of the Summit of the Americas, a five-day event in Los Angeles where the immigration issue will be a major focal point.
2. La inédita caravana de cerca de 15.000 migrantes continúa su avance por el sur de México en un acto de presión para exigir visas humanitarias que les permitan transitar a EE.UU., donde la Cumbre de las Américas aborda como tema prioritario la migración.

La caravana se detuvo en el municipio de Huixtla en busca de un acuerdo con el Instituto Nacional de Migración (INM) para conseguir documentos para este grupo de extranjeros que marchó más de 42 kilómetros desde Tapachula (frontera con Guatemala) en las últimas 48 horas.

As a massive migrant caravan with approximately 10,000 foreign nationals on its way to the United States, Vice President Kamala Harris on Tuesday announced a Central American youth program to get young El Salvadorans, Guatemalans and Hondurans paid community services opportunities on issues like “climate action” and violence prevention.

Harris announced the launch of the Central American Service Corps (CASC), a $ 50 million initiative as part of the Biden administration’s efforts to tackle what it believes are the “root causes” of the crisis at the southern border – including poverty, climate change. and violence.
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