The day: USA stop Trump’s controversial migration deal with Central American countries

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USA stops Trump’s controversial migration agreement with Central American countries

The US government has controversial migration agreement with the Central American countries Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador officially stopped. US Secretary of State Antony Blinken announced that the agreements were initial exposed. The process of ending them completely after the specified deadlines have already been initiated. The United States had signed the agreement under former President Donald Trump. Accordingly, migrants who enter one of these countries on their way to the USA have to go there asylum request.

Trump had one in migration policy particularly hard course drove and tried in various ways to make immigration to the USA more difficult and that Foreclose the country. The construction of a wall on the border with Mexico was the most prominent example. Trump’s successor Joe Biden has taken a fundamentally different course. He wants the migration from Central America, for example, through more in the long term Combating the causes of flight and a Cooperation with the countries of origin approach.

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