Cuba’s Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, Carlos Fernández de Cosío Dominguez, cited reasons that explain Cuba’s high migrant flow to the United States.
He led the list published on social network Twitter with the economic, commercial and financial blockade formally imposed by the North American nation six decades ago and assured that the mechanism was designed to “lower Cuba’s standard of living”. Is.
The US also has a tendency to accept Cubans who come to its borders, he said.
Similarly, Kosio assured that five years of non-compliance with migrant agreements between the two countries is an important condition for this social phenomenon.
The US neglects its legal obligation to issue at least 20,000 visas per year and pressures governments in the region to require transit visas for Cuban expatriates and travelers.
In another message, the deputy secretary of state recalled that the closure of the US embassy immigration services on the island was one of more than 240 hostile measures, the last of which included the inclusion of Cuba on the list of sponsors. Terrorism.. He specified that this action is a plan with the seal of Donald Trump that is still in force.
The northern country recently announced that, in early 2023, its embassy in Havana will resume full processing of immigrant visas for the first time since 2017.
Member of the Political Bureau and Cuba’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, Bruno Rodríguez Parrilla, described the decision as a “positive step” to allow Cubans applying for immigrant visas in family preference categories to travel outside Cuba. includes the abolition of liability. , Georgetown, Guyana, for his interview.