We want to help. Does this government want to help? Harris said at the 51st annual meeting of the Council of the Americas: “We want to help people find hope in their homes. That’s why and why we focus on dealing with immigration.”
Washington (in favor)?? US Vice President Kamala Harris (Kamala Harris) assured the public today that for President Joe Biden’s administration, since her country belongs to the Western Hemisphere, it is vital to promote democracy.
In attending the 51st Annual Meeting of the Council of the Americas, Harris added that establishing good relations in the hemisphere through dignity and diplomatic relations is essential for them to be honest and cooperative.
He insisted that, for these reasons, the power of the United States is linked to cooperation and collaboration with Latin American and Caribbean countries in all aspects, especially in the business sector that brings prosperity to all.
However, he said, “Our relationship with Latin America is greater than trade”, which is complicated and complicated. Biden first believes that national independence is necessary for everyone to define their own destiny.
Harris emphasized that Biden handed over the task to him to lead the talks with Mexico and the three so-called “Northern Triangle” countries. El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras deal with economic cooperation, trade and immigration issues.
The Vice President said that due to natural disasters, the threat of drug cartels, insecurity, poverty and the consequences of corruption, migration occurs when people’s alternatives are exhausted.
In this sense, Biden’s messenger criticized the Salvadoran government for its recent actions in judicial affairs. Harris believes that this is a forced decision by the people to immigrate to the United States in search of an alternative.
The US government reaffirms its commitment to cooperate with countries in the region to eliminate corruption, advance economic and prosperity affairs, and resolve immigration issues through dialogue.
In this sense, Harris recalled that on Friday, May 7, he will hold a virtual meeting with Mexican President Andres Manuel López Obrador to discuss immigration issues and bilateral Relationship and visited Mexico and Guatemala in June.
I also commend the international community, the private sector, and non-governmental organizations for cooperating to resolve the migration crisis in the Northern Triangle. Biden will provide another 310 million U.S. dollars in economic and humanitarian assistance to the region.