Coahuila State Government inaugurates temporary shelter for migrant children

Photo: Vanguardia

This work represented an investment of 11.7 million pesos; Governor highlights that attention to migrants is a priority

The governor of the State, Miguel Riquelme, participated this Thursday in the inauguration of the transitory shelter “Camino a Casa”, in Saltillo, reiterating that for his Government, respect for the human rights of migrants is a priority.

The State Governor launched this work, in which 11.7 million pesos were invested and which will allow comprehensive care for up to 20 unaccompanied migrant girls, boys, and adolescents, as well as four families made up of four members, simultaneously.

He also highlighted that in coordination with the Federal Government and the municipalities, a wide range of actions has been carried out aimed at promoting, guaranteeing, and restoring the human rights of migrants.

Finally, the Governor of Coahuila lamented the tragedy and the irreparable loss of human life caused by the events of March 28 in Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua.

Source: Vanguardia

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