Editorial Dept. Voz de la Diaspora
Mexico– The two new caravans made up of about 4,300 migrants from different countries who left this Monday, continued today with their journey in search of transit documents, from the Mexican city of Tapachula, state of Chiapas, border with Guatemala. In this sixteenth caravan they move from Venezuela, Cuba, Haiti and Central American countries.
Migrants move under the temperatures of 35 degrees Celsius that causes the burning pavement.
Before leaving, The migrants launched a call for humanity so that non-governmental and human rights organizations help them and support them with water and food for the 600 children and 1,200 women who have decided to walk through their documents.
Both aim to reach the municipality of Huixtla, to some 40 kilometers of distance, where they wait for the migration authorities to grant them temporary permits to leave the state of Chiapas.
The spokesperson for the contingent, Alexa, of Venezuelan origin, He indicated that his only objective is to obtain his permission to travel to the northern border of Mexico and then cross into the United States..