Representatives of Deer and Mexico spoke this Wednesday in Washington about the administration of frontera common to a discussion focused on important topics such as modernization from infrastructure border, the promotion of transnational crime, or the legal flow of goods and people.
This is the 15th plenary meeting of the Bilateral Executive Committee (ESC) for Border Administration in the 21st Century.
The Department of State in the United States specified in a statement that the country is led by the person in charge of Latin America of that cabinet, Brian Nichols, and the undersecretary of the Department of Homeland Security, Blas Nuñez-Neto.
The Mexican side is represented by the head of the Unit for North America of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (SRE), Roberto Velasco, who participated almost, and the AMBASSADOR on deerEsteban Moctezuma Barragán.
“The ESC applauded the main borderline achievements binational during 2023, which includes the development of priority projects of modernization on infrastructure border and joint security operations,” the note from the Department of State.
The event also caters to adoption action plans in 2024, which was not specified, and to reaffirm the “shared commitment to accelerate the bilateral trade reduce business costs and maintain joint efforts in modernization from infrastructure border.”
Last December there was a historic development in irregular migration with an average of 10,000 people per day arriving at Frontera in Mexicoas recognized by President of MexicoAndrés Manuel López Obrador.