US, Mexico vow to reunite separated migrant families quickly

The United States and Mexico have vowed to work with Central American nations for reuniting migrant families separated at the US border, as quickly as possible.

This was sated by U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen, while addressing a news conference, after a meeting with Mexico's foreign minister, Luis Videgaray, and ministers from Central America, in Guatemala city.

More than two thousand tree hundred children were separated from their parents after US government began a zero tolerance policy in early May, seeking to prosecute all adults who illegally enter the country.

The US stopped separating children from their parents last month following public outrage and court challenges.

Source: Radio Pakistan

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