WASHINGTON (AN) — U.S. President Joe Biden wrapped up the 2022 Summit of the Americas on Friday in Los Angeles by unveiling a regional migration plan that comes at a pivotal moment for cohesion — and democracy's future — in the Western Hemisphere.
On the final day of the weeklong summit, 20 nations including the United States signed on to the Biden administration's Los Angeles Declaration of Migration and Protection to boost humanitarian aid, create new temporary protected status programs, set new refugee targets and expand temporary worker programs.
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