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Mexican Ambassador to the U.S. Gerónimo Gutiérrez said Monday his nation does not condone or promote illegal immigration amid sharp criticism from the Trump administration over caravans of migrants approaching the southern American border.

“Since this started, Brian, the Mexican government made very clear three things,” Gutiérrez told Fox News’s Brian Kilmeade on his radio program when asked if Mexico bore some responsibility for the caravan of 7,000 people. “First, that anybody that wanted to enter Mexico should do so in compliance with Mexican immigration law.”

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“Second, that if somebody really had a humanitarian situation and requested refugee status, they could do so with the appropriate authorities in Mexico,” Gutiérrez said. “And third, that if it’s none of those cases and somebody decided to enter irregularly, they can be obviously subject to repatriation.”

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Gutierrez made a similar declaration in an interview last week:

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