Monday October 30, 2023
By: Oscar Blue Ramírez
Tapachula.- Nearly 6,000 migrants left the southern border of Tapachula Chiapas this morning, with the aim of leaving the largest migrant bottleneck in the country.
Irineo Mujica, director of Pueblo Sin Fronteras in Mexico, has indicated that the reason for this caravan is a cry to the authorities of Mexico, where they demand that they ensure the protection of the walkers, in which in recent weeks numerous cases of kidnapping of migrants both in the southern part of the country and in the north.
As a whole, the migrants emphasize that their goal is to reach the northern border and try to achieve the American dream.
Most of the members of the caravan are from Central America, Honduras, Nicaragua and very few from the entity of Venezuela.
Two years ago, the last large caravan of nearly 15,000 migrants leaving Tapachula Chiapas was recorded.