Ulcerated by President Donald Trump's immigration policy, Mexico said Friday, in the midst of a diplomatic crisis between the two countries, that it would not welcome non-Mexican illegals expelled from the United States. Increasingly irritated by Donald Trump's migratory policy, the Mexican government warned Washington that it would not welcome illegal immigrants from the United States who were not Mexican nationals.

"We have been very clear, we are not going to receive them, they can not leave them there, at the borders, because we would have to repress them, there is no possibility that they will be received by the Mexico," Interior Minister Miguel Angel Osorio Chong told Radio Formula on Friday (February 24th).

Trump's instructions on immigration policy

During the week, the Trump administration issued instructions to expel illegal immigrants to the countries they entered the United States, irrespective of their nationality, stating that sanctions could be imposed if nations Concerned - Mexico and Canada - refused to cooperate.

This new warning comes after the official visit to Mexico City of his American counterpart John Kelly and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson. Since Mexico, they had assured that there would be "no mass expulsions" of illegal immigrants and that the U.S military would not be used against them.

A bilateral relationship in crisis

The move of the two emissaries of Donald Trump was intended to bring down the tension between the two countries which are going through a serious diplomatic crisis.

A crisis provoked by the stinging style of the new American president and his migratory and commercial policy.

Thursday, a few hours before the visit, the multi-billionaire, who still plans to build a wall at the border with Mexico's neighbor, compared the efforts made by his administration to expel some clandestine immigrants to "a military operation."

Construction of the border wall

The U.S Customs and Border Protection Department has already indicated that it will start awarding contracts by mid-April for the construction of the wall promised by the president throughout his campaign.