The Biden Administration has suspended the controversial Asylum Cooperation Agreements signed between the Trump Administration and the governments of Guatemala, El Salvador, and Honduras. The move is part of the administration’s rejection of Trump’s hardline anti-immigration policies.

“The United States has suspended and initiated the process to terminate the Asylum Cooperative Agreements with the Governments of El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras as the first concrete steps on the path to greater partnership and collaboration in the region laid out by President Biden,” Secretary of State Antony Blinken said in a press statement on February 6.

The day before, the Guatemalan Ministry of Foreign Relations announced that the agreement was officially annulled.

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