Evaluate safe routes for irregular migration through Darién

The authorities of the Ombudsman of Panama and Colombia, together with Panamanian migration and health authorities, will hold a bilateral meeting in August to emphasize the need to establish the least dangerous route for migrants.

This was revealed by the Panamanian authorities after holding a meeting on Tuesday, July 5, where the current migratory flow through the Colombian-Panamanian border was evaluated.

Personnel from the Ombudsman’s Office and the security establishments participated in this meeting: the Ministry of Security, the National Immigration Service, the National Border Service (SENAFRONT) and the Ministry of Health.

Among the points addressed in the meeting that took place at the Ombudsman’s Office, the need to maintain a safer land route for the migrant population, especially children and adolescents, as well as for the host communities, stands out.

The Minister of Security Juan Manuel Pino, Eduardo Leblanc González, Ombudsman of Panama; Samira Gozaine, director of Migration, Commissioner Oriel Ortega director of Senafront and Thays Noriega director of International Affairs and Technical Cooperation of the MINS

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