U.S. to Issue Migration Appeal to South American Nations

QUITO, Ecuador—The Biden administration is seeking to enlist South American international locations to assistance halt a new wave of migration by managing the move of migrants northward, officials stated, stressing that all Latin American international locations have a position to play.

As component of the effort, U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken will satisfy Wednesday with counterparts from Latin American international locations in Bogotá, Colombia. The meeting comes as the administration has grappled most lately with an inflow of migrants from the region, which include all those from Haiti fleeing perilous conditions there, and other people seeking refuge from financial and political upheaval in Venezuela.