National wrote on 5/21/2023 at 18:43
Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard made a working visit to Wimauma, Florida, where he met with 1,200 Mexican agricultural workers who will return to our country after a period of working in the United States on “H2A” temporary work visas in agriculture. as well, which were managed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Before workers from Chiapas, Guerrero, Oaxaca and Veracruz, Secretary Ebrard highlighted the work and contributions made to the societies of the United States and Mexico.
The federal official told them that our republic would “promote greater opportunities for labor mobility” and reiterated that “your government will protect Mexican immigrants from racist laws and policies.”
The presidential candidate for Murray announced a “meeting of community leaders and Mexican officials to develop a strategy for action against anti-immigrant and racist initiatives and laws” to be held soon in Miami .
From a farm field in Florida, the foreign minister explained that the said meeting would take place on June 30, and that it would be an important meeting of Mexican leaders and officials in the northern country with two fundamental objectives.
“The first objective will be to determine our involvement and orientation in how to protect our sisters and brothers in the US Union, especially in Florida, because a law that is clearly contrary to our community is going to be enacted in Florida. and can lead it.” for many abuses”
The meeting also seeks the participation of leaders and coordinators of expatriate groups that support compatriots throughout the American Federation.
“To evaluate and determine the next steps to follow in the Action Plan for Mexican Communities Abroad”
Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard was accompanied by Consul Juan Sabines, Head of Unit for North America, Roberto Velasco and General Director of Consular Protection and Strategic Planning, Vanessa Calva.