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US returns part of Cubans who stole regime boat

US returns part of Cubans who stole regime boat

Part of Cuban what they stole One speedboat from the government to move to Florida Were Returned By the US Coast Guard, reported the American channel AmericaTeVe.

Politicians representing the detainees’ relatives confirmed that the rest of the group was aboard a Coast Guard vessel conducting credible fear interviews. This process would allow them to apply for asylum in the US.

One of loss ceiling Cuban ha I have Speak With your brother through social networks. Family member living in US tells of anxiety felt by detainees The Cuban government has imposed heavy punishments on those involved in similar cases.,

“If they return, it will be engaging in a criminal act,” said Congressman Mario Diaz-Balart, one of the legislators who stepped in.

“We’re going to press for to react in a way that does not enter into communion with the regime“, Diaz-Balart insisted.

So far The Cuban government has not made any official statement on the theft of the boat. of the pilots of the port of Mariel.

Too Details related to the repatriation of Cubans are unknown. involved in this case.

In the early hours of Friday, September 23 many families You minors of age They sailed from Mariel in that ship. He was intercepted by the US Coast Guard before reaching Florida.

Current Cuba Migration Crisis Records of previous migrations have been broken. In the month of August, 20,031 Cubans arrived in the US, an average of 646 each day. they are going 197.870 during Real year fiscal Which began on October 1, 2021, which is about 2% of the island’s population.

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