White House presents plan to address Central American migration

To differentiate this new strategy from that promoted by ex-president Barack Obama, Harris has highlighted that her Administration will work more with the private sector, an "underutilized" partner in the past.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris on Thursday (29) announced a strategy to address migration from Central America, which in addition to fighting corruption and violence in the places of origin, includes the support of other governments and U.S. corporations.

The plan focuses on Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras, countries that make up the so-called Northern Triangle of Central America, which is the source of the largest flow of migrants seeking to reach the United States.

Harris conceded in a statement that the current U.S. commitment "has not been consistent" and "has failed . . .

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