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US, Panama And Colombia Aim To Stop Darien Gap Migration

USA – The United States, Panama and Colombia announced they will launch a 60-day campaign aimed at halting illegal migration.

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USA – The United States, Panama and Colombia announced they will launch a 60-day campaign aimed at halting illegal migration through the treacherous Darien gap, where the flow of migrants has reached nearly 90,000 in just the first three months of this year. 

The joint statement notes the countries will use “new lawful and flexible pathways for tens of thousands of migrants and refugees as an alternative to irregular migration.” 

According to Panama’s government, more than 87,000 migrants crossed the Darien gap in the first three months of the year, mostly from Venezuela, Haiti and Ecuador.

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