President Donald Trump would possibly maybe maybe maybe presumably be bragging that he obtained some concessions from Mexico within the tariff-immigration deal, nonetheless Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador is furthermore celebrating it as a preserve.
Asked by reporters to point to what the settlement requires Mexico to attain, Mr. Trump refused to attain so, adding that "the rationale being Mexico wishes to address that".
But Mexican officials bid they didn't in actual fact quit very valuable.
Another central demand by Trump was for the enlargement of a program which keeps asylum-seekers in Mexico while their cases are reviewed.
Central American migrants wait for assistance at the Mexican Commission for Refugee Aid (Comar) in Tapachula, Chiapas state, Mexico, on June 11, 2019.
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Under the deal, Mexico promised to increase its efforts to reduce undocumented immigration, and strengthen the deployment of its recently created National Guard. Trump, who has called the surge in migrants an "invasion", had threatened to keep raising duties up to 25% unless Mexico did more to curb it. They continue to say that everything that was agreed between the USA and Mexico is on the table, is out there in public. In an apparent reference to the regional asylum concept, he said the United States was also talking to Brazil, Central American nations and Panama.
According to Reuters, the president referred to the deal as "secret". The United States and Canada have a "safe third country" agreement under which those seeking asylum must make their claim in the country where they first arrive.
"We are selling all the planes and helicopters that the corrupt politicians used", Obrador told a rally in December, much to the delight of his supporters.
He added that Mexico will again meet with USA officials to discuss further details of the new deal with the aim to ensure faster asylum proceedings.
On the subject of how Mexico would pay for the increased security, Obradror said the increased security would be in part paid for by the off-loading of the presidential jet and helicopters purchased by his predecessor. To meet its commitments to Washington, Mexican migration facilities in the south need to be revamped, he said. "The muse is to construct the south like the north so a ways as that it's likely you'll well furthermore contemplate of".
And earlier this week, Ebrard announced that the government had already started deploying some of the six thousand troops to the Mexico-Guatemala border.