After the clash on the border with the city of San Diego, United States, in which a large number of migrants were scattered with tear gas bombs by the US security forces, the Government of Mexico said that a total of 686 participants in the caravan of migrants registered with the National Institute of Migration (INM), seeking employment and a better opportunity in social and labor fields.
Secretariats of Labor and Government created a plan jointly with the National Council of the Maquiladora and Export Manufacturing Industry, which was presented on November 15, in order to provide the ideal conditions for each of the migrants, according to EFE.
Through an official statement, it was reported that the jobs offered are in "specialization in industrial techniques to provide services", always according to the previous study of each of the practitioners’ skills who have applied to the position and the opportunity.
More than 10,000 migrants have settled in Mexico since the caravans began arriving from their trip in search of an opportunity in the United States, raising suspicions from different parts of the world and opening a verbal war between leftist and rightist positions across the planet, with some strong and direct accusations against governments like Bolivia and Venezuela, boasting about a destabilization plan prior to the midterm elections held.
Coincidentally, after these elections the furor of the caravan dropped a lot and up to 7,000 migrants were returned to their country of origin, mainly Honduras, which presents an untenable situation according to the travelers who arrived in Mexico.
Trump himself claimed that this type of events are provoked and raised much criticism worldwide, something he did not seem to matter since his final answer was that in case of any clashes such as those in October in Mexico, he would mobilize more troops (he spoke of up to 15,000 military personnel) and that if they received any type of aggression, they would be willing to open fire.
A few days ago, after the attempt to jump the dividing fence between San Diego and Mexico, the migrants were hit and tear gas, first by anti-riot authorities in the Central American country and then from the border itself.