QCOSTARICA – Cuban migrants thank Costa Rica for the attention. “I can only express gratitude for this country. Given the situation we are in, we have been house in shelters, they have given us food and have cared for our children. Thank you, Costa Rica,” said Arley Alonso Fernández, one of the hundreds of Cubans in transit in La Cruz, Guanacaste.
Photos from Comision Nacional de Emergenicas (CNE) and Casa Presidencial
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