This Tuesday, the United States Border Patrol reported the arrival of several groups of Cubans in the Florida Keys.
Agent Walter N. via social network. As per the information released by Slosar TwitterThere were actually three landings that day, involving a total of 37 Cuban rafters who were simply fleeing from the misery that pervades the island.
It was learned that the group was made up of 32 adults and five minors. Fortunately, no injuries were reported from the incident.
Along with Prakashan was one of the home-made boats that these people used to make the perilous journey.
“Today, United States Border Patrol agents, with support from LE partners, responded to three migrant landings in the Florida Keys, encountering 37 Cuban migrants (32 adults, along with five minors)”Designates reports to the Chief of the Miami Sector of the Border Patrol.
Earlier today, US Border Patrol agents with the support of LE partners responded to three migrant landings in the Florida Keys and encountered 37 Cuban migrants (32 adults, along with 5 juveniles). #happening now #cuba #florida #cbp pic.twitter.com/NSTezuPzTw
Chief Patrol Agent Walter N. slosar (@USBPChiefMIP) December 13, 2022
Now, these Antilleans will remain under the control of the relevant immigration authorities, who will initiate the appropriate process for their possible repatriation, something that has happened to thousands of islanders who have already arrived by sea to the United States.
Other Cuban rafters who reached Florida
Just days earlier, Florida security forces intercepted another 79 Cuban rafters, who were divided into four rustic boats. On this last occasion, the agent fortunately reported no injuries.
US Border Patrol agents and LE partners responded to 4 migrant landings in the Florida Keys and encountered 79 Cuban migrants. The migrants made landfall on homemade ships.#Breaking #cuba #florida #sunday pic.twitter.com/ki9Nzjs13g
Chief Patrol Agent Walter N. slosar (@USBPChiefMIP) December 11, 2022
Thus, not to stop the exodus of Cubans through dangerous routes, although they seriously risk life, do so with the aim of regaining the freedom that has been stolen from their own country for more than 60 years was.
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