Panamanian Foreign Minister Jannina Tiveny highlighted in Washington this Wednesday the “challenges” that her country is facing regarding migration at its borders, during a meeting with United States Secretary of State Anthony Blinken .
“We understand the immigration challenges America faces, but we face them, too. And we are here again to help each other,” Tewani said.
The Foreign Minister of Panama said that there are many things that can be done with the migration problem, which can also be mentioned Dangerous Darien JungleWhich, he said, “is not a safe place and should never be used as a passageway.”
Secretary Blinken, for her part, indicated that discussions with Panama’s foreign minister were “productive” and that they would work together to “guarantee safe, humane and orderly migration” in addition to strengthening economies and enhancing supply chains and regional security. want to work together.
He also emphasized that Panama is a fundamental partner for Washington and many other countries in the region when it comes to addressing the challenges of irregular migration.
“Together we are facing what is truly a historic challenge,” said the head of US diplomacy.
“People are moving and there is a growing shared sense of responsibility that we all have to manage migration in our hemisphere in a humane and orderly way,” Blinken said.
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