By Gabriel Stargardter and Lisandra Paraguassu
RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) – The International Organization for Migration (IOM) has formally requested Brazil whether or not it will receive some Haitians camped alongside the U.S.-Mexico border hoping to enter the United States, in accordance to two sources with data of the request.
Brazil’s overseas ministry stated in an announcement that “the topic was discussed in conversations between authorities from different countries and is being analyzed in light of current legislation.” It didn’t point out the request from the IOM, the United Nations migration company.
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