Mecico Citi The Mexican Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (UN-DH) has indicated that it has received information about a group of migrants allegedly boarding two unidentified buses in the state of Puebla, whose location will be unknown.
In a brief statement, the organization said that these facts had already been reported to the state prosecutor of that state, adding that in contact with the federal and state authorities, they learned about the progress of the investigation and the clarification of the facts.
As reported a few days ago in this paper, the fifth general visitor of the National Commission for Human Rights, Edgar Corzo Sosa, warned that during the passage through Mexico, the Migrant Caravan reported the alleged disappearance of three buses that traveled to international workers without documents (two in Puebli and one in Veracruz).
For this reason, the official urgently urged the authorities to conduct an investigation and account for what would have happened, because until now there was no security to materialize.
For its part, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) at that time expressed concern about these events – still unconfirmed – and asked the Mexican authorities to guarantee the transit of thousands of migrants who are part of the exodus, especially on the journey between Veracruz and Puebla Mexico City.
Caravan spraying, which has generated migrants for transport itself, is a risky road with the presence of organized crime, UNHCR explained.
For his part, the head of the Ombudsman for Human Rights of the Peoples of Oak, Arturo Peimbert Calvo, warned last Tuesday via his Twitter report on the disappearance of hundreds of migrants from Central African countries and announced that he would file a complaint with the Office of the State Prosecutor because of the possibility that this was a case of human trafficking.