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rushing to beat a crackdown on Mexico southern border the central American migrants are determined , it worries me because we want to achieve our goal in going back to our country wouldn't be easy would be at risk so the only choice is to migrate Mexico struck a deal with the U. S. last week to ramp up its efforts to stem the flow of migrants headed for the U. S. avoiding punitive tariffs by president Donald Trump but it's not off the hook just yet Washington will review the effectiveness of Mexico's policies after ninety days and one Mexican foreign minister Monticello abroad said last week that the country would be for control of its southern border including sending six thousand National Guard troops starting Wednesday witnesses saw no signs of that deployment in footage shot Thursday by Reuters in few that the that whole Chiapas the southern Mexican state that borders Guatemala migrants who say they were fleeing gang violence in their home countries could be seen crossing the CG at the river on a raft and staggering onto Mexican soil with no Mexican official insight as part of the deal brokered between the US and Mexico the Mexican side has agreed to consider changing its migration laws after forty five days if it proves unable to stop the waves of people journeying to the U. S.