May 16, 2022

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Cuban caravan “Viacrucis del Migrante” dismantled in Mexico City

Mexican authorities dismantle the caravan “Viacrucis del Migrante”. In it traveled a group of Cuban people Departed from Dabachula in the state of Chiapas with the intention of reaching Mexico City.

According to Release The caravan of 701 immigrants from the Mexican government was disbanded this Sunday night, and the National Immigration Agency (INM) will review their immigration status and resolve the case according to the law and characteristics of the case.

They also pointed out that the INM focused on vulnerable groups and that those who traveled in the family womb were under the training of the National Organization for the Integrated Development of Families (DIF).

Similarly, there were 500 men, 126 women and 75 minors in the caravan and they were taken to the states of Chiapas, Oaxaca and Tabasco to be judged on their immigration status.

Also, on the same day as the caravan’s departure, 95 migrants walked 20 kilometers and surrendered voluntarily to the immigration officer when Alvaro Obregon arrived in Ajito, and the rest did so this Sunday, they said in the report.

According to the Mexican government, the caravan is made up of Haiti, Venezuela, Cuba, Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Brazil, Chile, Dominican Republic, Senegal, Colombia, Ecuador, Guyana, Argentina, Uruguay and Bangladesh. , Peru and Mauritania.

Finally, they emphasize that INM recognizes its commitment to safe, orderly and regular migration while respecting and protecting the rights of the people in the context of moving across the national territory.

This Friday, a group of Cuban people gathered at the “Viacrucis del Migrante” caravan in Tabacula, with the aim of reaching Mexico City to attract the attention of immigration officials.

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Immigrants sought to put pressure on the headquarters of the National Organization for Migration (INM) in the Mexican capital, to prevent their deportation and to expedite the process of obtaining humanitarian visas for safe travel through Mexico.

During the march, the caravan caused two clashes with agents of the Mexican National Guard.

The first of these encounters took place at the height of the Viva Mexican community, where immigrants knocked on a checkpoint.

The second clash took place on the Huehuetán pass, where members of the delegation responded with stones and sticks to the National Guard’s tear gas, which led to the arrest of several immigrants.

The march got its name from the religious festivals of Holy Week and Easter, which are very important to the Mexican people.

At the end of March, preparations for the caravan beganAfter the escalation of tensions between the settlers and the Dabbachula authorities A team broke into local INM offices and caused material damage.