To date, 3,911 irregular migrants have been returned to Cuba from countries in the area in 81 operations. Photo: Taken from the Minint site
A note from the Ministry of the Interior reports that the United States Coast Guard returned to Cuba on Wednesday, through the port of Orozco, Bahia Honda, Artemisa, 25 people (22 men and three women), who had participated in an illegal departure from the country and were subsequently intercepted at sea.
Most of the migrants have residence in the provinces of Matanzas and Holguín.
Two of those returned were on probation for the fulfillment of criminal sanctions, at the time of illegally leaving the country and will be placed at the disposal of the corresponding courts for the revocation of said benefit.
Three other people were returned from the Bahamas yesterday.
To date, 3,911 irregular migrants have been returned to Cuba from countries in the area in 81 operations.
(With information from Minint)
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