Mexican government held meeting with US secretary | News

The Government of Mexico reported this Monday on the meeting that President Andrés Manuel López Obrador and Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard held with the Secretary of Homeland Security of the United States, Alejandro Mayorkas.

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The Mexican Foreign Ministry confirmed that both delegations addressed strategic points, among which they highlighted “the importance of advancing in a regional approach to migration, in order to observe orderly, safe and regular migratory flows in protection of the human rights of migrants.”

According to what was published by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, both the Mexican foreign minister and Mayorkas agreed on the need to build regional agreements towards orderly, safe and regular migration.

“We held a meeting with Alejandro Mayorkas, US Secretary of Homeland Security; We deal with labor and migration issues. We continue to promote cooperation for development with justice and respect for human rights,” said President López Obrador.

For his part, Marcelo Ebrard, in addition to qualifying the visit as cordial, remarked that among the various topics discussed, there is the issue of “the northern border, where we have a very large investment plan.”



Likewise, the head of the Mexican Foreign Ministry insisted that the purpose is to promote investment in Central America. “And, also, we comment on the arrest of one of the capos (of the Jalisco Nueva Generación Cartel), Mr. Treviño, who is one of the main capos of drug trafficking, introduction of weapons, and human trafficking and abuse. of people,” said Marcelo Ebrard.