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Demonstrations in Cuba: Joe Biden Promises US Sanctions on Cuba “Only the Beginning” | Miguel Thias-Colonel | Alvaro Lopez-Miara | The world

Chairman , , Promised the sanctions imposed on officials by his government this Thursday They are “only the beginning”, and it will continue to use restrictions because of the “oppression of the Cuban people.”

See: The United States has banned the elite from suppressing the Cuban Armed Forces minister and protests

Biden Such a statement was uttered shortly after the US Treasury Department announced sanctions against Cuba’s Revolutionary Armed Forces Minister (Elvaro Lopez-Mira) and an elite military unit known as the “Black Wasps” or “Black Berets.”

“US will continue to punish those responsible for the repression of the Cuban people” Biden insisted, Who condemned the “massive arrests and misdemeanors that unjustly condemned the prison.”

“This is just the beginning: the United States will continue to allow individuals responsible for the oppression of the Cuban people.”He added.

In this file photo taken on April 19, 2015, the then Deputy Minister of the Cuban Army, Alvaro Lopez Mierra, casts his vote at an election college in the nautical neighborhood of Havana.  (Photo by Atalberto ROQUE / AFP).
In this file photo taken on April 19, 2015, the then Deputy Minister of the Cuban Army, Alvaro Lopez Mierra, casts his vote at an election college in the nautical neighborhood of Havana. (Photo by Atalberto ROQUE / AFP).

These restrictions seemed to signify a tightening of the position towards Biden Island, he recalled the series of actions his administration has been evaluating regarding Havana.

See: Demonstrations in Cuba: 12 protesters jailed without security during brief trial

Among them, he noted that they are working with civil society organizations and the private sector to provide the Cuban government with “Internet access to avoid censorship attempts” by the Caribbean government.

In addition, he indicated that he would reconsider their remittance policy “in order to increase support for the Cuban people” and promised to fill staff at the U.S. Embassy in Havana.

Now the government of former President Donald Trump (2017-2021) banned remittances to Cuba in November last year, a move that has rapidly increased the US economic sinking on the island and Biden has been maintaining his first six months in power.

Trump also decided to withdraw embassy staff from the island after blaming the Cuban government for the mysterious attacks on some officials between 2016 and 2017.

“We will work closely with our allies in the region, including the Organization of American States, to press the regime to immediately release political prisoners who have been unjustly detained, restore Internet access and allow the Cuban people to enjoy their basic rights.”, He said Biden In reference.

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