On Tuesday, November 28, four irregular migrants who had illegally left the country by sea from Artemisa were returned to Cuba, a note published on the website of the Ministry of the Interior (Minint) reported today.
Through the port of Orozco, in Bahia Honda, Artemisa, the U.S. Coast Guard (SGC) returned three men and one woman.
Thus, this year 107,124 people have been returned to the island in <> operations from countries in the area by air and sea.
Cuba remains firm in its commitment to regular, safe and orderly migration, while reiterating the danger and life-threatening conditions posed by illegal departures from the country by sea.
(With information from ACN)