Haitian migrants board a plane at the Carlos Rovirosa Perez International Airport in Villahermosa, Mexico, on September 29, 2021, as part of a “voluntary return to assistance” by the Mexican authorities.
MEXICO CITY – The Mexican government on Wednesday repatriated Haitian volunteers to Haiti, just days after clearing thousands of Haitian illegal immigrants from a camp on the Mexican border in Del Rio, Texas.
The Mexican Ministry of Interior and Foreign Affairs said in a joint statement that the “first batch” of migrants, including 13 children, were taken to Port-au-Prince as part of an agreement between Mexican and Haitian authorities. US border from Mexico.
In a two-week period in Del Rio this month, about 30,000 illegal immigrants were confronted, where they were living in a sprawling, temporary camp.
As of Monday, the United States had repatriated about 4,000 of them to Haiti, according to the Department of Homeland Security (DHS).
An estimated 8,000 migrants have returned to Mexico, where officials have called for them to follow asylum applications in southern Mexico.
On Wednesday’s flight, mig0 migrants were in Mexico City and the states of Hidalgo, Tabasco and Mexico.
This News Originally From – The Epoch Times