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It is expected that Honduras will start moving from the San Pedro de Sula bus station on Wednesday.
Guatemala's President Alejandro Giammattei potentially authorized the use of force against Hondurans by declaring a "state of prevention" in five departments through which a new caravan of migrants could transit.
Migrant caravans from Central America began forming in October 2018 when thousands of people fled poverty, violence, and insecurity in the region.
In January, some 7,500 Honduran migrants tried to reach Guatemala's border where they were heavily repressed by Police in Chiquimula.
U.S. President Joe Biden pledged a US$4 billion aid package to solve living conditions triggering migration in Central America. Last week,U.S. officials visited Mexico to discuss the current situation in the borders where thousand of migrants hope to enter the U.S.