Diplomatic rows keep Harris away from two-thirds of Northern Triangle countries during migration tour

Diplomatic rows keep Harris away from two-thirds of Northern Triangle countries during migration tour


Vice President Kamala Harris’s high-profile visit to Central America and Mexico to discuss the surge in migrants to the southern United States omitted stops in two of the three Northern Triangle countries, El Salvador and Honduras, where diplomatic ties are complicated by allegations of corruption.

Cris Ramon, an independent migration consultant, said he was hopeful that upon taking office, the Biden administration would pursue “a full-fledged regional approach that incorporated all the countries from the northern triangle and Mexico,” but that effort has been stilted.

“In the case of El Salvador, there is the concern … from a democracy and human rights perspective” about President Nayib Bukele “trying to consolidate more power,” Ramon said. “I think the reality catches up with you, and the recognition that what each country does is going to impact whether or not you want to engage with them.”

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