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Lopez Obrador laments Cubans´death in Chiapas accident

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Mexico City, Oct 2 (Prensa Latina) Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador today lamented and extended his condolences to relatives of Cuban women who died in a traffic accident in Chiapas, which also injured more than 20 people.

In his morning press conference at the National Palace, while addressing another accident in a church whose roof collapsed and killed a number of people, he said that in order to avoid misfortunes such as those in Chiapas, it is necessary to address the causes of migration, and denounced the politicking against what happened to the Cubans has already begun.

He insisted on the need to support the poorest countries as the only way to confront negative social problems such as migration, drug consumption, violence, since all of this is caused by poverty, lack of opportunities, study, work and young people’s neglect.

He reiterated that all these problems originate from situations of poverty and inequality, and it is necessary to reach an agreement in the case of migration so that together with the US government, which is the receiver, to create a plan for the development and collaboration in favor of Caribbean and Latin American countries.

He revealed that in recent times the transit through the dangerous jungle of El Darien, in Panama, has increased and up to four thousand people are crossing it every day through the limits with Colombia, and from there they continue by land to the south of Mexico, and already in Chiapas they are increasing to 6,000 daily and last week 10,000 arrived at the northern border with the United States every day.

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