Friday, January 27, 2023

Cubans welcome rafters who arrived in Florida on January 1st

south of the cuban Florida warmly welcomed the team of ceiling According to images shared on the network, arriving in the US territory on the first day of 2023 from the island.

“Thank god we were able to see this group of brave men coming through the Kayo Marathon today, January 1st, 2023,” user Leslie Samada explained on Facebook this Sunday, sharing the moment on her profile. posted two videos of him greeting newly arrived Cubans from a car.

“Family greetings. God bless you. Congratulations. Land of the free. It’s good”, they shout from the car windows to the new arrivals, who are already in the custody of a police patrol.

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The group confirms they are Cuban and from the images they can count about 30.

This weekend was reported as the most active in arrivals of Cubans to the Florida Keys Officials have decided to close Dry Tortugas National Park until further notice. about 300 after getting there Cuban diaspora in the last days.

Dry Tortugas National Park is a group of seven small islands made up of rocks and sand, located approximately 113 kilometers west of Key West in the Florida Keys.

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On this first day of the year, the United States Border Patrol (USBP) detained Over 160 rafters in the Florida Keys vicinity,

“With the support of federal, state and local LE partners, Border Patrol agents responded 10 landing of migrants from midnightPatrol chief Walter N. Slosser tweeted.

Although the nationality of the rafters was not specified, due to the characteristics of the boats in published photographs, they may be Cuban, who continue to lead the number of rafters detained by United States authorities seeking to immigrate to that country. Let’s keep

“Over the past 24 hours, US Border Patrol agents and law enforcement partners responded Five Migrants Landing in the Florida Keys And he met 88 Cuban immigrants,” Slosser tweeted this Saturday.

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In an unprecedented migrant exodus, the first quarter of fiscal year 2023 (FY2023) in the United States ended with more than 4,000 cuban rafters Offshore interception while attempting to make landfall in South Florida.

The figures will soon be at par with the amount registered in the last financial year, when they were 6,182 Cuban expatriates That they could not land on American soil because the Coast Guard had blocked it.

In recent months, the Border Patrol and Coast Guard have reported almost daily arrests of Cuban rafters in the middle of the ocean or after making landfall.

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