The Secretary of the Interior, Miguel Ángel Osorio Chong, received 135 Mexican migrants repatriated from the United States, within the framework of the Repatriation Procedure to the Interior of Mexico (PRIM).
At Terminal Two of the Mexico City International Airport, he welcomed the returnees, telling them that their families and children are waiting for them.
He argued that the Government of the Republic works in the search for alternatives to offer Mexicans to prevent them from going to other countries in search of opportunities.
“We work to open opportunities, so that the children who are here see that they can study, that they can grow up healthy and make their own success stories,” he asserted.
Osorio Chong affirmed that the federal government encourages and promotes productive projects so that they “carry out their own actions that allow them to get ahead without having to emigrate from their places of origin.”
The head of the Ministry of the Interior (Segob) asserted that the current federal administration implements various actions so that the repatriation of nationals is in a dignified manner and in the best circumstances, so that they reach their places of origin.
The federal official verified the process of receiving and granting support that the National Institute of Migration (INM) carries out with the nationals.
Likewise, the head of the (Segob) toured the facilities of the air terminal, where Mexicans arrive and are received by INM personnel, where he observed the process of care provided to them on their return to Mexican territory.