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EE. UU. advierte sanciones contra quienes faciliten migración irregular en conferencia en Guatemala

El jefe de la diplomacia de Estados Unidos, Antony Blinken, emitió una advertencia este martes durante una conferencia en Guatemala, declarando que Washington sancionará a quienes faciliten la “migración irregular”, un tema crucial en la campaña electoral estadounidense.

Blinken destacó que la nueva política de restricción de visas está dirigida a individuos que brindan transporte a personas que intentan migrar irregularmente a Estados Unidos, incluidos vuelos chárter que llegan a Nicaragua.

Estas declaraciones se producen en medio de una creciente presión sobre el presidente Joe Biden, con aproximadamente 2.8 millones de migrantes ingresando irregularmente a Estados Unidos cada año.

La conferencia en Guatemala busca abordar la crisis migratoria en el continente, con la participación de ministros de relaciones exteriores y otros altos funcionarios de una veintena de países.

Entre los desafíos discutidos en la conferencia se encuentra el puente aéreo en Nicaragua, donde vuelos chárter y comerciales transportan migrantes asiáticos y africanos para evitar el Darién, una inhóspita selva entre Colombia y Panamá, donde operan bandas criminales que cometen atrocidades contra los viajeros.

La migración sigue siendo un tema central en la región, especialmente para aquellos que huyen de la pobreza, la falta de empleo, los bajos salarios y la violencia criminal en América Central.

La conferencia también cuenta con la participación de organizaciones internacionales como la Organización Internacional para las Migraciones (OIM) y la oficina del Alto Comisionado de las Naciones Unidas para los Refugiados (ACNUR), con la esperanza de llegar a planes de acción concretos para abordar la crisis de manera integral.

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