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During a recent interview with “60 Minutes,” Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador raised concerns about the ongoing flow of migrants from Latin America to the United States. He emphasized that unless the U.S. responds to the region’s needs for assistance, the migration issue is unlikely to stop.

In January, President Obrador outlined a set of demands for the U.S. to address in order to tackle the migration crisis effectively. These demands included providing $20 billion annually in aid to Latin American countries and considering amnesty for undocumented workers within the U.S. Despite some localized efforts by Mexico to reduce migration at the request of President Biden, the number of migrants has started to increase again, and authorities anticipate another surge in the coming spring.

When asked by “60 Minutes” correspondent Sharyn Alfonsi about Mexico’s role in curbing migration, President Obrador expressed a commitment to continue these efforts but stressed the importance of addressing the root causes of migration. He reiterated his call for the U.S. to fulfill its obligations, including providing financial aid to Latin America, lifting sanctions on Venezuela, ending the Cuban embargo, and offering legal status to millions of Mexican immigrants in the U.S.

Alfonsi questioned the diplomatic nature of Obrador’s demands, suggesting they could be viewed as coercion. However, Obrador asserted that he was simply being forthright, expressing his genuine concerns and opinions.

Despite the uncertainties surrounding U.S. compliance with Mexico’s requests, Obrador affirmed his commitment to collaborating on border security, underscoring the significance of the bilateral relationship between the two nations.

Alfonsi highlighted Obrador’s pivotal role in the upcoming 2024 election, noting that while immigration, border security, and the economy are critical issues, the stance of another key player, President Obrador, could influence the outcome significantly.