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Mexico: Officials voice concern about Trump's mass deportations01:33

Mexico: Officials voice concern about Trump's mass deportations

Mexico, Mexico City
February 23, 2017 at 07:35 GMT +00:00 · Published

US Secretary of Homeland Security John Kelly denied that there will be mass deportations, reassuring Mexico that 'all deportations will be according to our legal justice system,' during a joint press conference in Mexico city, on Thursday, referring to US President Donald Trump's crack down on illegal immigration.

Mexican Secretary of the Interior Miguel Angel Osorio Chong stressed, "We have shared our concern about a possible increase in deportations and the possibility that citizens of other countries could be returned to our territory pending their legal status."

US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson added that he hoped for closer cooperation with Mexico on the matter, "Both Secretary Kelly and I look forward to and are honored with the opportunity to meet President Nieto."

Mexico: Officials voice concern about Trump's mass deportations01:33
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US Secretary of Homeland Security John Kelly denied that there will be mass deportations, reassuring Mexico that 'all deportations will be according to our legal justice system,' during a joint press conference in Mexico city, on Thursday, referring to US President Donald Trump's crack down on illegal immigration.

Mexican Secretary of the Interior Miguel Angel Osorio Chong stressed, "We have shared our concern about a possible increase in deportations and the possibility that citizens of other countries could be returned to our territory pending their legal status."

US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson added that he hoped for closer cooperation with Mexico on the matter, "Both Secretary Kelly and I look forward to and are honored with the opportunity to meet President Nieto."