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Brazil consultes with UN on obtaining Haitians camped on the US-Mexico border

The International Organization for Migration (IOM) has formally consulted to see if the country can get some Haitians camped on the border between Brazil. United States That’s it Mexico, According to Reuters news agency.

The IOM – noting the request of the UN Migration Division, said in a note that “this issue has been discussed in discussions between officials of several countries and is being analyzed in the light of current law.”

The IOM request comes at the time of the US President, Joe BidenAs thousands of Haitians try to enter the country illegally, pressure is mounting to resolve another migration crisis.

They gathered under a bridge north of Rio Grande, Texas, and near the Mexican border. But the US government began sending them back To Haiti.

About 12,000 Haitians are expected to be expelled from the United States Crisis that has already provided shocking footage of agents on horseback “hunting” immigrants (See photo above and video below).

The United States began deporting hundreds of Haitian immigrants

Daniel Food, the US special envoy to Haiti, resigned on Thursday (23), two months after his appointment due to the crisis. (Watch the video below).

In a letter, Foreign Ministry Special Envoy Biden condemned the deportation of the government: “I will not associate myself with inhumane and negative results.”.

The U.S. special envoy to Haiti resigned after the refugees were deported

The U.S. special envoy to Haiti resigned after the refugees were deported

Who can be sent to Brazil

When contacted, the IOM, through its Mexican office, said it had a “voluntary return program to help citizens of different nationalities.” Without elaborating, the organization said, “an agreement is needed between the countries concerned to implement this plan.”

Haitian immigrants gather under a bridge in the state of Texas near the US-Mexico border, another government displacement crisis Joe Biden-Photo: Reproduction / TV Globo

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