Mexico’s López Obrador says U.S. has done “nothing in years” for Central America

AMLO indicated that President Biden's government should "immediately" make the decision to support "the poorest countries, the Central American countries" and attend to the causes that originate the migratory phenomenon.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador said Thursday (8), before the High-Level Economic Dialogue (HLED) being held in Washington, that the U.S. government has done "nothing in years" to help Central America and Central American migrants,

"That is what is going to be raised again today with the U.S. government, that work is done immediately in Central America because there has been nothing in years. Some things through agencies and the so-called civil society, but the support does not reach the people," said the President during his morning press conference . . .

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