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Mexico to Review U.S. Migration Agreement Results in 45 Days

  • No specific target for migrant reduction as part of U.S. deal
  • AMLO says very satisfied with deal, Mexico averted crisis
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Trump Touts Mexico Security Deal While Maintaining Tariff Threat

Mexico in 45 days will review whether migration flows have fallen as part of the deal it reached with the U.S. last week to avoid tariffs that threatened more damage to its slowing economy.

Foreign Affairs Minister Marcelo Ebrard said Mexico will speed up deployment of its recently-created National Guard at the southern border with Guatemala to boost surveillance while Mexican migration authorities will demand identification to any visitor entering the country.