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Cuban migration crisis: 187 rafters arrived in the Florida Keys in recent days

At least 187 Cuban rafters have arrived in the Florida Keys in the last two days, according to US authorities.

“In the last two days, Border Patrol agents in the Miami Sector, along with the support of LE partners, responded to ten migrant arrivals in the Florida Keys and arrested 187 Cuban migrants,” reported this Sunday in Twitter the head of the United States Border Patrol (USBP) in that sector, Walter Slosar.

Of that number, the United States Coast Guard (USCG) detained 78 Cuban migrants who arrived on the Florida coast aboard five vessels between Friday and Saturday.

Slosar said on Twitter that his agents “responded to five migrant landings in the Florida Keys” and “arrested 78 Cuban migrants.”

Likewise, he posted photos of three of the boats used by the undocumented, most of them rustic boats without too many conditions.

This Friday the USCG repatriated 36 Cuban immigrants who were detained off the coast of Florida in recent days in six different events, confirming that the Cuban migratory exodus is the largest in history.

Since the beginning of this fiscal year, on October 1, 2021, the US Coast Guard has intercepted more than 4,000 Cubans at sea, and over land borders the figure exceeds 160,000.

The figures for interceptions at sea do not include the arrests made by the Border Patrol on land, which implies that the flow of Cuban immigrants on sea crossings exceeds 5,000 during the current fiscal year 2022.

In this same period, 61 immigrants have died trying to cross the Straits of Florida to reach the United States, according to the USCG.

“As of October 1, 2021, there are 61 empty seats at family dinners because people made the decision or were convinced by smugglers to go to sea in these types of vessels,” said Captain Robert Kinsey, of the Seventh Guard District. Coastal.

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José Martí
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