Tuesday, February 21, 2017



CPA Proposes Strengthening Binational Relationship Between Border Governors
Details Posted on Saturday February 18, 2017,
Written by Editor / El Diario


Claudia Pavlovich Arellano participates in third session of Border Governors in Monterrey
The governor of Sonora, Claudia Pavlovich Arellano, proposed strengthening the bilateral agenda of each entity with its North American counterparts, reorienting the fund to support migrants and allocate more resources to care for unaccompanied children and youths who are deported to our country.

In her participation in the third workgroup of border governors of the Conago, held in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, to present strategies to the immigration policy of the President of the United States, Governor Pavlovich, ratified the agreement to install a high level table Between federal states of the north and the government of the Republic to attend and follow up on migration issues.
"We have to strengthen ties with local governments of the border strip of the two countries, do our part and build bridges," she said.

It was also agreed, at the proposal of the Governor of Sonora, to reorient the program of funds to support migrants to meet the needs of border states in the event of massive deportations.
"What we want is to reorient the funds to the problems we have at the moment to the north," he said.

In front of her counterparts from Nuevo Leon, and host of the meeting, Jaime Rodríguez Calderón, the President of the Conago and governor of Morelos, Graco Ramírez, the governor of Tamaulipas, Francisco Javier Cabeza de Vaca, and the governor of Baja California, Francisco Vega de La Madrid, Governor Pavlovich asked to specifically address the issue of unaccompanied children and adolescents deported without any support.

"I have put a lot of emphasis on the returnees, we have to take special care of them, since it is not the same if they deport an adult person who knows where to go, there we have to allocate many more resources," she said.

She cited the issue of the Migrant Child Houses that Sonora has in the borders of San Luis Rio Colorado, Nogales and Agua Prieta, where they care for and guide their families to their home states.
Governor Pavlovich also proposed strengthening a communication strategy through consulates, social networks and television channels with a Hispanic presence so that nationals are aware of their rights and obligations as well as support from Mexican authorities.

Javier Corral de Chihuahua was represented by Gustavo Madero Muñoz, as well as the Undersecretary of Population and Religious Affairs of the Ministry of the Interior, Humberto Roque Villanueva.

Agreements of the Third Meeting of Border Governors:
Set high - level working table between northern border states and the federal government to address issues of.
.- No reduction of security funds
.- Reorient support to the migrant fund
.- The inclusion by the federal government of the development of special economic zones in various economic zones of the border


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