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  • Boat Carrying Over 800 Haitian Migrants Reaches Cuba

    Boat Carrying Over 800 Haitian Migrants Reaches Cuba

    Cuban authorities responded by providing care and humanitarian aid to more than 800 people, including minors, who arrived at the coast of the municipality of Caibarien, in the central province of Villa Clara.

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    The Haitian migrants received medical attention and were transferred to a lodging center in nearby Corralillo. 

    In line with international agreements on migration, Cuban authorities are in contact with the Haitian government to guarantee the safe and voluntary return of these people, according to information provided on the Cubadebate website.

    Emigration to the United States has increased overwhelmingly because of the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the economies of Latin America and the Caribbean, according to a World Bank report.  

    A regulation allowing for the immediate deportation of migrants arriving at U.S. borders, that was implemented by the Donald Trump administration and upheld by the current President Joe Biden, is still in effect in the United States.

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