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Mexico deported 81 Haitian migrants

National Institute for Migration (INM) reported that this Saturday at noon they came back from Tapachule, Chiapas, to 81 Haitian migrants back to your country because they had an irregular situation in Mexico.

Through the statement, the federal agency explained that the transfer was carried out on a Boeing 727 aircraft Federal Police from the international airport of Tapachula, Chiapas, to Port-au-Prince, capital of Haiti, "after technical and security considerations of the captain of the aircraft."

In the morning this Saturday, it was reported that the return of these migrants was suspended when they were already on board the Federal Police to bring them back to their country.

UNIVERSAL He saw that he was about 10:30 to depart from the Tapachula International Airport in Port-au-Prince, Haiti; It was later announced that the flight was suspended and migrants would be returned to a detention center that was not specified.

The Office has ensured that foreigners return to "strict" human rights appeals, and agree with the authorities of the Haitian government, while respecting current migration standards and procedures.

INM emphasized that there are elements in assisted return of these migrants National Guard, as well as Civil Protection and the Beta Group.

AMLO ignores the situation of deported Haitian migrants

After two days in Oaxaca to oversee road construction and rural roads in the country, President Andrés Manuel López Obrador was interviewed before embarking on a flight to Mexico City on alleged clutter of Haiti in Tapachula, Chiapas.

The president said, "I have no information but I will definitely have information later."

With information from Mass Zavala

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