Texas eliminates police checks on international bridges in Ciudad Juárez

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Without official notice, the Texas Police Department of Security (DPS) stopped doing anti-immigrant reviews on international bridges City Juarez Chihuahuawhich will free up the crossing for cargo trucks.

The Texas state forces, known as Troopers, had no presence since Tuesday on international bridges, where they carry out inspections of cargo trucks, in search of migrants, which caused slowness in export traffic, which according to the industry of Juárez export (INDEX), had left them more than a billion dollars in losses so far.

Sergio Colín, president of Index in Juárez, said that they are waiting for the Texas government to make the official announcement if they will finally stop carrying out police inspections on international bridges, which stopped exports, and which have left at least 20 a thousand trailers waiting to cross the USA.

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He added that they would seek a rapprochement with the Texas governor, Greg Abbott, to be very clear about whether the withdrawal of the Troopers from the bridges is definitive.

At the same time, the government of Chihuahua reported that according to the Chihuahua Border Bridge Trust (FPFCH), there are already 2,186.29 million dollars in losses in the period from September 18 to October 17, due to the decrease in the passage of vehicles. of cargo through said crossings.

In total, it is recorded that 54,161 units have crossed the border bridges, while the estimated number of cargo trucks that have stopped passing to the US side is 24,565.

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