Thursday 25 February 2021

Cuban Migrants Turned Back

Costa Rica deported 66 Cuban migrants who entered the country illegally in the first 13 days of this month. The immigration service confirms it will deport all who enter illegally.
Costa Rica deported 66 Cuban migrants who entered the country illegally in the first 13 days of this month. The immigration service confirms it will deport all who enter illegally.

(QCOSTARICA) The immigration service reports returning to Panama 66 Cuban migrants who entered Costa Rica illegally through the southern border, between August 1 and 13.

The move confirms the government’s recent position that it will turn back all who enter the country illegally, in an effort to curb the migrant crisis facing the country.

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04/08/2016, Puntarenas, Paso Canoas, en la frontera con Panamá están llegando aproximadamente entre 100 y 150 migrantes afriAcanos y del caribe a Costa Rica, en migración de la frontera están atendiendo 100 migrantes por día. Los nombres no se tienen porque la mayoria no habla español y no quieren que se les tome fotografías. Fotografía José Cordero
Between 100 and 150 African and Haitian migrants arrive in Costa Rica, looking to reach the United States. Costa Rica says it cannot provide for them and will deport any who enter the country illegally.

Authorities say many of the foreigners were caught by the Policia de Fronteras (Border Police) after crossing into Costa Rica by any palm plantations and fields along the Panama border.

The Director of Immigration, Gisela Yockchen, admitted that there is concern about the increase in influx of Cubans to the country. She added that the situation could worsen if the Panamanians decided not to take them back.

Recently Panama’s president Juan Carlos Varela said that his country will continue to provide humanitarian assistance to the migrants, but, in actuality Costa Rican authorities say the “canaleros (as the Panamanians are often referred to) are promoting a policy to ensure the migrants do not remain in their territory and continue north on their journey to reach the United States.

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Costa Rica’s situation worsens, and so does the life of the migrants, due to the radical position continued by the government of Nicaragua to keep its border closed to the migrants.

“The Costa Rican government reiterates that although we are a caring and respectful of human rights, (in the country) there are no conditions for new irregular migration flows. Therefore, the authorities will apprehend and initiate deportation proceedings to those who enter national territory an irregular way,” said the Immigration service in a press release.

Sources: La Nacion, Crhoy, immigration service

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