The presidents of Honduras and Guatemala are expected to meet Saturday to discuss how to get the migrant caravan stopped at the Mexican border back to Honduras, according to a new report.
VOA reported that migrants had camped out overnight on a bridge at the Guatemala-Mexico border, where some of the migrants reportedly threw rocks at Mexican forces. The Mexican government met migrants with police in riot gear, per its promise to the U.S. it would turn the caravan back.
Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto said Friday that, "Mexico does not permit and will not permit entry into its territory in an irregular fashion, much less in a violent fashion."
In a series of tweets Friday, Honduran president Juan Orlando Hernandez said he would try to hire ground transportation for those who want to return and would arrange airlifting in special cases, including women and children, the sick, and the elderly.