Cuban diplomat says immigration accord needed with Mexico

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October 3, 2007 01:53

A sharp increase in the number of Cubans migrating to the US through Mexico requires a new immigration accord between Mexico and the communist-run island, Cuba's ambassador to Mexico said Tuesday. Manuel Aguilera de la Paz told reporters that such an agreement is one of the few remaining issues that needs to be resolved before the two countries can fully normalize relations. Aguilera de la Paz said both countries want migration to be "legal, orderly and not dangerous for immigrants."


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