U.S. to Provide $23M in Immigration Aid to Neighbors, Ambassador Says

U.S. Ambassador to Mexico, Ken Salazar, speaks at Expansion Summit in Mexico City, Mexico September 14, 2022. REUTERS/Henry Romero
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MEXICO CITY, Jan 5 (Reuters) – The United States will provide $23 million in additional aid to Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean to assist migrants with emergencies and to foster their local integration, U.S. Ambassador to Mexico Ken Salazar said Thursday.

Salazar also said on Twitter the two countries and Canada would discuss further discuss immigration and measures to provide security, labor pathways and economic opportunity at an upcoming trilateral summit.

Reporting by Kylie Madry, Editing by Isabel Woodford
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