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U.S. plan for Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador includes management of migration

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The US plan to address irregular migration in Central America includes, on the one hand, attention to the causes that force people to leave their places of origin, the management of migration flows in the countries of the Northern Triangle, and the expansion of legal channels for migration.

This was stated in an interview with Efe by the US Special Envoy for the Northern Triangle, Ricardo Zúñiga, and the Deputy Assistant Secretary of the State Department's Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration, Marta Costanzo Youth, when analyzing the plan led by the U.S . . .

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