Paying for the US-Mexican Immigration Agreement The Mexican President wants to sell the Presidential Aircraft

 Paying for the US-Mexican Immigration Agreement The Mexican President wants to sell the Presidential Aircraft

Overseas Network, June 12, last week, the United States offered customs magic weapon, thus reaching an agreement with Mexico on border security and illegal immigration. According to Reuters, in order to raise funds for the immigration control agreement, Mexican President Obrador intends to sell his predecessors luxury plane.

Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said Wednesday (12) that plans to sell his predecessors luxury and other government planes would help raise funds for an immigration agreement with the United States, Reuters said.

He said the starting price of the Boeing 787 was $150 million, and about how much the whole plan would cost, We have a budget, and it will come from the proceeds of selling a luxury presidential plane.

According to previous reports, after three days of negotiations between the United States and Mexico, an agreement on immigration was announced on June 7, and the full details of the agreement have not yet been officially announced.

But Mexican Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrad announced part of the plan on June 10. He said Mexico had agreed to a 45-day timetable to prove that greater enforcement was effective in reducing mobility. If the plan fails, Mexico agrees to consider the long-standing U.S. demand for Mexico to become a safe third country for Central American refugees. Mexico had previously rejected that request.

Under the safe third country programme, asylum-seekers must apply for asylum in the first safe country to arrive. If Mexico becomes a safe third country, immigrants traveling through Mexico to the United States must first apply to Mexico for asylum.

The U.S. government announced on May 30 that it would impose a tariff of 5% on all Mexican goods imported to the United States from June 10 to 10% from July 1, and then increase it by 5 percentage points a month to 25% from October 1. This level will be maintained until Mexico substantially prevents immigrants from going north to the United States. This tariff was avoided by an immigration agreement between the two sides.

Illegal immigration has long been a hot issue in the relations between the United States and Mexico, the United States and some Central American countries. More than 130,000 illegal immigrants were arrested on the border between the United States and Mexico in May, the highest number in 13 years in a month, according to data released by the U.S. Customs and Border Protection Agency.

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