Tuesday, October 5, 2021

Biden Aides Dispatched to Haiti for Listening Tour as 60,000 Migrants Head Toward Border; 125K More Haitian Migrants Expected in Mexico by December

Biden aides dispatched to Haiti for listening tour as 60,000 migrants head toward border:
Two senior U.S. diplomats met face to face with leaders in Haiti this week as the Biden administration looks to stabilize its approach to the island nation and calm pressures from home.
Brian Nichols, President Joe Biden’s newly confirmed assistant secretary of state for Western Hemisphere affairs, and Juan Gonzalez, National Security Council senior director, arrived in Port-au-Prince Thursday after a stop in Miami. There, they met with Haitian and Cuban American leaders to discuss the challenges facing both of their countries.
“We’re not going there to impose a solution or road map. We’re going there to listen, and particularly to understand what we can do,” Nichols said in Florida, adding they would not push for "near-term" elections.
“We’re pressing for support for Haitian-led solutions,” he said, according to the Miami Herald .
“The direction from the White House has been for us to be ambitious,” Gonzalez said, stating they intended to consult with diaspora leaders in charting that path. “We want to make sure the diaspora communities have a seat at the table." --->READ MORE HERE
Breitbart Texas / Gerald Aranda
125K More Haitian Migrants Expected in Mexico by December:
Mexican officials are concerned that more than 125,000 Haitian migrants are expected to be in their country by the end of 2021 with the majority trying to reach the U.S. border. However, the figure could be much higher due to migrants who enter Mexico without notifying authorities. The concerns expressed by officials range from law enforcement to humanitarian and sanitary issues since Mexico does not have the resources to absorb the influx.
Breitbart Texas obtained exclusive access to a confidential report prepared by Mexico’s National Immigration Institute (INM) for Commissioner Francisco Garduno Yanez and his top aides. Officials warn more than 85,000 Haitian migrants are currently in Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Panamá, and Guatemala and most have the expectation of reaching the U.S.-Mexico Border.
The report projects most of those migrants reaching Mexico by December, where they would join 40,000 Haitian migrants already in the country. This week, Breitbart Texas reported exclusively on that figure. Also this week, the government of Panama warned about 60,000 migrants in their country whom are expected to travel north. --->READ MORE HERE
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