Segments of the border are known to be accessible areas for Guatemalans, Salvadoran and Hondurans to cross into Mexico.
The Associated Press wrote in 2014 that Mexico’s southern border includes “thick jungles make it highly difficult to police.”
Fusion.net, an online magazine, wrote in 2015 that the Suchiate River is a “major transit point for Central American migrants heading north on their way to the United States.”
“The Mexican government has been working closely (with) Guatemala and Belize in a border crossing system according to migration policies or legislation, with the aim of achieving a safe and orderly border,” the email stated.
Andy Johnston with Fast Copy News Service wrote this column. Do you have a question? We’ll try to get the answer. Call 404-222-2002 or email firstname.lastname@example.org (include name, phone and city).