Biden points to the challenges facing Native Americans

US President Joe Biden, in his message on May 5, Missing and Murdered Natives Awareness Day, noted that Native American communities are still dealing with many unresolved disappearances and killings.

In this context, Biden pointed to the struggles that the locals had to give and emphasized that they took various steps to strengthen the position of the disadvantaged locals.

Stating that the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) now has a new team that deals with the cases of missing and murdered indigenous people, Biden also talked about the activities of the Ministries of Interior and Justice in this context.

President Biden said they are bringing together tribal leaders, law enforcement, service providers, native survivors, and family members of missing and killed people to deal with the problems the natives have had to contend with.

Stating that they are also working in cooperation with the Mexican and Canadian governments in this context, Biden stated that his government is aware of its responsibilities and will do what is necessary. Biden urged everyone to make the necessary effort in this regard.

According to Bureau of Indigenous Affairs (BIA) data, there are estimated to be about 4,200 cases of missing and killed indigenous people currently unsolved.

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