74% of voters support border reinforcement, these are the topics of Migration, Fentanyl and Collaboration at the APEC Forum

U.S. and Mexico Address Migration Crisis in Latin America

The U.S. government, led by President Joe Biden, is stepping up its efforts to address the growing migration crisis affecting the country, with a specific focus on migratory routes to through Central America, and more particularly, Panama. In response to situation, a delegation of officials will be sent to this country with the aim of to work together with Panamanian authorities and address the humanitarian and security challenges associated with migratory journeys.

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Migratory routes through Panama, especially the reckless "Darien Route," represent critical points in the migratory flow to the United States. More than 400,000 people have arrived in Panama through the Darien jungle, exposing themselves to extreme conditions, violence, hunger and diseases. The need to address these challenges has led to the decision to send a delegation of U.S. officials to assist in the Implementation of migratory measures.

Public opinion in the United States reflects a shared concern about the the migration crisis. According to an NBC News poll, 74% of registered voters, regardless of political affiliation, endorse the reinforcement of the border. This public pressure translates into the implementation of stricter policies, such as the pilot program that will be It will focus on reviewing migrants' applications and deporting those who are rejected.

The migratory journey not only presents humanitarian challenges, but also It is also linked to fentanyl trafficking, a problem that it affects both the United States and Mexico. At a meeting in San Francisco, Presidents Biden and López Obrador addressed migration, drug trafficking, fentanyl and relations with Cuba. The collaboration between the two countries is essential to address the operations of the cartels that facilitate both the human trafficking such as drug trafficking.

The decision to redirect funds to support deportation programs in Panama has raised concerns among government leaders. Congress, such as Hispanic Caucus Chair Nanette Barragan and Black Caucus Chair Steven Horsford. Both expressed concerns about the difficult circumstances they face migrants in Panama, highlighting the importance of considering the conditions of origin of migrants, especially those from Venezuela and Haiti.

The initiative to send officials to Panama reflects the commitment of the United States to to address the underlying causes of migration and work on close collaboration with countries of origin and transit. As the As the migration crisis evolves, international coordination becomes more and more more crucial to finding sustainable and humanitarian solutions.

In conclusion, the U.S. response to the migration crisis is not only focuses on border measures, but also on addressing the roots and collaborate with international partners. The situation remains the same But dialogue between leaders and joint actions are steps towards the search for long-term solutions.

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