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Haiti - Migration crisis : Mexico asks for UN help to stop Haitian migration
06/10/2021 09:38:20

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The Government of Mexico has asked the United Nations (UN) and the international community to support Haiti to stop migration and improve living conditions in this country.

Mexican Ambassador Juan Ramón de la Fuente has argued before the UN Security Council that strong institutions are needed in Haiti to make progress. He stressed that the country's prosperity and political and social stability are a central issue for Latin America and the Caribbean.

He explained that of the approximately 20,000 Haitians who have arrived in Chiapas more than 12,000 are refugees claiming "This is the time to reaffirm support for a population that has shown enormous resilience despite being affected by multiple plagues."

Likewise, Ambassador de la Fuente explained that after the assassination of President Jovenel Möise on August 7, https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-34162-haiti-flash-president-jovenel-moise-assassinated-by-mercenaries-official-updated-7am-+-video.html , free and transparent presidential and legislative elections must be guaranteed.

Note that faced with the wave of migrants of Haitian origin who pass through Mexican territory, the Haitian National Institute of Migration (INM) inform that 16,919 have received temporary documentation, regularizing their stay in the country until 2021.

The INM said 16,919 migrants from Haiti have received temporary immigration documents, mostly citizens aged 25 to 34. The largest number was in Chiapas, with 10,194; followed by Baja California with 4.629; Mexico City, 977; Jalisco, 165; the State of Mexico, 134; New Leon, 102; Quintana Roo, 75; Hidalgo, 71; Chihuahua, 60; Puebla, 48 and in the rest of the entities of the country 464.

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