As about 2,000 Central American and Haitian migrants are headed toward the U.S.-Mexico border Mexico’s president praised Biden for having “a clear and certain commitment to improve the situation” of migrants.
According to The Associated Press, “About 2,000 mostly Central American and Haitian migrants made up the latest attempted caravan. They walked out of Tapachula in a boisterous show carrying their belonging in small knapsacks or in bundles atop their heads.”
A large number of children are also part of the northbound caravan, as several migrants told reporters that the asylum process is taking too long. One migrant said he left his country because of its economy, high crime, and food shortages.
“My country is in the worst economic, crime, hunger situation,” he said. “There are no