Mexico on Sunday took steps to make a legitimate move against the United States for neglecting to ensure its natives after this current end of the week's mass shooting in the fringe city of El Paso.
Of the 20 individuals gunned down at a Walmart at the Cielo Vista Mall, in any event, seven were Mexican residents, and Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard guaranteed Mexico City will act.
In an announcement, the Foreign Ministry called the assault in El Paso a "fear monger act against blameless Mexicans."
"The president has taught me to guarantee that Mexico's anger converts into ... effective, speedy, quick and compelling lawful moves for Mexico to make a job and request that conditions are set up that secure ... Mexicans in the United States," Ebrard said in a video posted on Twitter.
Ebrard later reported that he would be in El Paso to meet with the people in question and offer help from the Mexican government.
Of the 26 harmed in the assault, in any event, nine were Mexican nationals, as indicated by the administration.
El Paso, America's 22nd-biggest city with an expected populace of 682,669, is in excess of 80 percent Hispanic or Latino, as indicated by U.S. statistics information. El Paso sits directly over the Rio Grande from Ciudad Juárez, which has a populace of 1.3 million.
The shooter seems to have been focusing on Hispanics and experts are researching it as a loathe wrongdoing. A 21-year-old Texas man was in the care.