Officials head to Guatemala and Mexico amid rise in migrants at US border


Source: The Guardian

The Biden administration announced on Monday that two senior officials will travel to Mexico and Guatemala to discuss the increase in migrants attempting to enter the US.

Emily Horne, a spokesperson for the national security council, said Roberta Jacobson, special assistant to the president and coordinator for the south-west border, “will travel to Mexico to engage with Mexican government officials to develop an effective and humane plan of action to manage migration”.


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