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The Holguin airport is full of Cubans going to Nicaragua

The Holguin airport is full of Cubans going to Nicaragua

Avalanche of traveling Cuba Nicaragua Cuban airports with flights to the Central American country are visible with the clear intention of not returning to the island.

Independent journalist, Diasniurka Salcedo Verdecia, posted a picture on her Facebook of the Frank País International Airport in Holguin, where a large number of people can be seen waiting for a flight to the country.

“All for Nicaragua, pictures taken on September 13, 2023 at the Holguin airport, Cuba is without youth,” he commented next to the photo, in which several young people can be seen.

Catch Facebook / Diasniurka Salcedo Verdecia

The publication prompted many comments from users who promised that a similar panorama would be seen at other airports in the country.

“That’s right, we’re all fighting for the same thing, trying to escape the country, there’s no future here”; “It only hurts mothers who are separated from their children and grandchildren”; “Who can get out of this hell”; “Regardless of the sadness left in the hearts of family and friends, as long as there is a young person who has the opportunity to emigrate, they will do so”; “Anyone who can escape this communism should do so, it’s not worth wasting it on a country with no future,” some wrote.

One this week A crowd of Cubans It also jammed the departure gate of the José Martí International Airport in Havana with the same goal.

Since last August, queues at travel agencies in Cuba have grown again Compare tickets to NicaraguaAfter the United States announced that it would accept asylum claims from Cubans in Mexico.

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A large portion of those traveling to that country do so in Cuba Crossing the land to reach Aztec territory.

Although this route is more complicated than crossing the Darien jungle, it is not without danger, but there are many who would rather risk their lives than stay in Cuba.

New in recent days A wave of Cuban immigrants Reaching the southern border of Mexico, concentrated in Tapachula.