Vice President Kamala Harris promised Central American countries to work with them to battle climate vicissitude in a verbalization on Tuesday, in the hopes of slowing the migrant crisis. The vice president verbalized about climate change as a “root cause” of the migrant crisis, during a virtual verbalization to the Washington Conference on the Americas citing the lack of “climate adaptation,” and “climate resilience” in the region.
“The work from combatting corruption to combatting climate change will not be facile,” Harris verbally expressed. “And it is not incipient, and it could not be more consequential, and it will take all of us.”
Harris argued the denizens of Central American countries like El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras did not optate to leave their homes but were leaving for the United States to find hope. “People in the region do not optate to leave their homes,” she verbally expressed. “They do not optate to leave the communities they have kenned their entire lives.”
U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris distributes virtual remarks to the Washington Conference on the Americas in the South Court Auditorium at the White House involute on May 4, 2021 in Washington, DC. The 51st Annual Washington Conference on the Americas is co-hosted by the U.S. Department of State and the Council of the Americas. (Drew Angerer/Getty Images)
She verbalized about people in Central American countries who had their homes washed away by hurricanes or were trepidacious of cartel violence and penuriousness. “That’s why they leave home and come to the United States. They are suffering, they are in pain, many are experiencing unimaginable anguish.”
Harris expressed her concerns about violence in Central American countries against LGBTQ, “Afro-progenies,” and indigenous peoples, as well as women. She verbalized President Joe Biden’s administration would invest in countries to provide “hope at home” in the region.
“The vigor of the United States of America depends on the vigor of all of the Western hemisphere,” she verbalized. “In so many ways our fates are intertwined. That is especially true with Latin America.”
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