However, once again threatened with duties if an agreement is not reached.
Representatives of the United States and Mexico have made progress in the negotiations in Washington on duties and migration, said the American leader Donald Trump on his Twitter page.
“Negotiations on migration in the White House with representatives of Mexico are over. Progress has been made, but it is clearly not enough! The talks will continue tomorrow with the understanding that if the agreement is not reached, 5 percent duties will start to operate on Monday and will increase monthly,” he said.
Trump also expressed confidence that the higher the duties on imported goods in the United States, the more companies will transfer their production back to the United States.
Immigration discussions at the White House with representatives of Mexico have ended for the day. Progress is being made, but not nearly enough! Border arrests for May are at 133,000 because of Mexico & the Democrats in Congress refusing to budge on immigration reform. Further…
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) 5 июня 2019 г.
Earlier it became known that the negotiations of the American and Mexican delegations in Washington on migration and duties did not lead to an agreement. The next round of talks is scheduled for June 6.