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MOSCOW, February 10. /TASS/. ashinWgton’s plans to build a wall on the border between the U.S. and Mexico underline the knotty and multifaceted nature of migration in the world of nowadays, Alexander Shchetinin, the director of the Russian Foreign Ministry’s Latin American department told TASS.
The problem of the wall lies strictly within the sphere of competences of the two countries, he said, adding: "The things unfolding around the decision only stress the knotty and multifaceted nature of migration in the world of nowadays. We can see the massive showings of the problem in Europe and in America likewise."
"There’s a whole quagmire of problems and it reflects the legitimate but often totally incompatible visioning by the countries involved of how they could defend their national interests," Shchetinin said.
"It appears, though, that a much better way to untangle such knots is to establish mutual understanding and to build bridges," he said.