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Mexico migrant deal includes regional asylum plan: document

Mexico migrant deal includes regional asylum plan: document

Mexico offered, among other things, to step up efforts by deploying the newly created national guard along its southern border.

Besides, the Mexico's Foreign Minister, Marcelo Ebrard had been quoted saying on his Monday's (June 11th) speech that such measures to involve Brazil and Panama into their asylum deal would require, if number of illegal migrants entering into United States soil through its southern border failed to decline within a timeframe of one and a half months.

U.S. President Donald Trump held up a piece of paper along the lawn at the White House Tuesday, saying it was his new immigration deal with Mexico that contains mystery provisions, even as Mexico says it has no idea what he is talking about.

Mexican Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard held a news conference in which he said that the Friday agreement with the U.S. gave Mexico 45 days to prove that it could diminish migration without agreeing to a "safe third" deal, The Washington Post reported.

Mexican Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard said in Washington on June 7 that he was satisfied with the deal. But photographers captured portions of the text, which seem to hint at a deal to share the burden on refugees.

Ebrard said this week that Mexico's Senate would need to be consulted about any such changes.

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"I am pleased to inform you that The United States of America has reached a signed agreement with Mexico".

Expressions by migrants of a fear of returning to their home countries triggers a US immigration court process, which can take months or years to resolve due to backlogs in the system.

"It's obvious that on a long-term perspective, President Trump is willing to effectively weaponize tariffs", Wen said. In January, the Trump administration began sending thousands of migrants back to Mexico to wait there instead. The tariffs would gradually increase from 5 percent up to a ceiling of 25 percent by October if the Mexican government did not take action to curb illegal immigration into the United States, Trump said in a tweet.

Revealing more details of Mexico's strategy for rapidly putting the brakes on immigration, Ebrard said on Tuesday that border infrastructure on its southern frontier would be improved significantly. "Mexico is open to negotiations if we fail, but we're not going to fail", he told a news conference.

To meet its commitments to Washington, Mexican migration facilities in the south need to be revamped, Ebrard added.

But Mexico faces huge pressure to deliver immediate results at the US-Mexican border.