On Saturday (June 26), Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez accused the United States of violating an agreement to provide 20,000 to Cuba. Visas per year, according to her, which encourages illegal displacement.
– The United States has failed to meet its obligations under bilateral migration agreements with Cuba, particularly providing 20,000. Annual visas for immigrants Minister Bruno Rodriguez announced on Twitter. The Cuban Adaptation Act of 1966 and Reinforced Sanctions also encourage Dangerous, irregular and irregular migration.
The minister’s report coincided with an increase in the number of raftsmen trying to reach the Florida coast from Cuba, which has been experiencing the worst economic crisis in three decades.
As of October 1, 2020, the Coast Guard had detained 323 Cubans at sea, while there were only 49 of them by 2020, according to U.S. officials.
According to representatives of the Cuban government, the suspension of the processing and issuance of immigrant and non-immigrant visas at the US consulate in Havana and the transfer of these procedures to third countries are encouraging illegal exits.
The United States has reduced the operations and staff of its embassy in Havana and repatriated embassies to third countries after nearly 30 U.S. diplomats were mysteriously injured. Health Incidents In 2017, the reasons for that have not yet been clarified. As a result of this situation, bilateral visa agreements and the family reunification program for Cuban citizens have been put on hold.
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