Amlo. “It is always a pleasure to receive brothers from the Great Homeland,” says Dias-Colonel


President of Cuba, Miguel Dias-Colonel Congratulations on the latest announcement of his couple from Mexico this Sunday, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador (AMLO) will make its first official visit to the island next May.

“Your Friday morning, Amlo He said he was coming Cuba In the coming weeks. You are welcome. It is always a pleasure to have brothers from the Great Homeland, “Dias-Colonel wrote on his Twitter profile.

The President of Cuba added, “Mexico and Lopez Obrador hold a special place in our love.”

The Lopez Obrador tour also includes a visit to Cuba Savior, Honduras, Guatemala And BelizeAnd the Mexican president plans to address the waves of emigration facing the region and his proposals to “address the causes.”

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Lopez Obrador will thus recall Dias-Connell’s three visits to Mexico: at his inauguration in 2018, next year, and in 2021, another official nature for the CELAC summit and celebrations of the North’s independence. American country.

Cubans seek to enter the United States to reach Mexico

Cuba is one of the countries contributing irregular migrants to the current wave that travels through many Central American countries with the aim of reaching Mexico, and once within its borders enters its ultimate destination, the United States.

So far this year, 581 illegal Cuban immigrants have been deported by Mexican authorities in accordance with current bilateral agreements on migration.

According to the Washington bureau of Latin America (WOLA), the number of Cubans on the US-Mexico border increased from 862 in August to 7,893 in December at the end of 2021.

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The Cuban government accuses Washington of increasing the irregular flow of its citizens, violating sanctions and bilateral immigration agreements, establishing the issuance of 20,000 annual visas.

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But, according to analysts, the recent increase is due to the economic crisis affecting Cuba, the combination of epidemics, the tightening of US sanctions and the failure of national economic policy.

Especially during the reigns of the right-wing Vicente Fox (2000-2006), Cuba and Mexico maintained 117 years of uninterrupted diplomatic relations.

The return of the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) to the presidency at the hands of Enrique Pena Nieto improved relations, and they received a new impetus when AMLO became president.