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Mexico to impose visa requirement for Brazilians to curb surge in people trafficking

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Government of Mexico announced the temporary suspension of visa exemption for passengers coming from Brazil, denouncing an increase in the illegal traffic of people from that country.

Immediately, Jair Bolsonaro's administration assured that it respects Mexican sovereignty but warned that it is studying the application of reciprocity measures.

Last Friday (November 26), the Mexican government announced that it would temporarily suspend the agreement that Brazilian citizens are exempt from the visa requirement for ordinary passports. As explained, the decision is based on the increase in the illicit traffic of people from that country.

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