MEXICO CITY, Mexico: Mexico’s Foreign Minister, Alicia Barcena has emphasized the significance of reopening border crossings in discussions with US authorities.
The talks follow the recent closure of certain passages by the US, a move aimed at controlling the increasing flow of migration. Barcena addressed journalists after a meeting with a US team, led by Secretary of State Antony Blinken.
In a diplomatic exchange, Mexico’s Foreign Minister stressed the importance of resuming operations at border crossings during discussions with a U.S. delegation led by Secretary of State Antony Blinken.
The talks come in the wake of the United States implementing closures of specific border passages, a measure designed to manage and mitigate the escalating challenges associated with migration.
Alicia Barcena shared insights with journalists after the meeting, shedding light on the dialogue between Mexican and US authorities regarding border policies and cooperation.
The closure of some border crossings by the US has sparked diplomatic discussions, reflecting the complexities surrounding migration and the shared responsibilities between the two nations.