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Cuba did not establish agreements for Yunior García’s trip to Spain

Cuba did not establish agreements for Yunior García’s trip to Spain

Havana, Nov 17 (Prensa Latina) Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodríguez on Wednesday denied having established an agreement with Spain to make possible the departure of supposedly disappeared Yunior García, promoter of Nov. 15 destabilizing attempt, to Spain.
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Travelling to Spain was not the result of an agreement reached or established between the two governments (Cuba and Spain), of any decision made by the Cuban government or judicial decision, Bruno Rodríguez said in an interview with AP news agency.

“I suppose (Yunior García) is exercising the right that any Cuban has to travel abroad and move freely,” the Cuban FM added.

US and Spanish media outlets reported the complaint by self-styled Archipelago organization about alleged disappearance of Yunior García, who arrived in Madrid on Wednesday.

News released by CNN and others pointed to alleged arrests, disappearances and human rights violations amid fierce fight to generate chaos in Cuba.

However, European media surprisingly announced Yunior García’s arrival in Madrid on Wednesday “after he failed to carry out his plans to take to the streets on Monday,” Europa Press reported.

On Facebook, Yunior García and his wife announced his arrival in Madrid, “alive, healthy and with intact ideas.”

Yunior García, pointed out by the Cuban Government for keeping contacts with terrorist elements based in Miami, intended to conduct a (unconstitutional) march on November 15, the same day Cuba resumed normalcy after controlling Covid-19.

However, his desire resulted in the call of taking to the streets alone the day before (Sunday 14).

Later, García assured he “sustained his will to parade dressed in white as soon as he could.”

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