Castro dictatorship is selling Cuba to Russia, warns Rep. Carlos Gimenez

Russia’s recolonization of Cuba appears to be in full swing. So much for all the communist Castro dictatorship’s talk of sovereignty.

Via ADN America:

Florida Rep. Giménez warns of ‘selling’ Cuba to Russia, asks Biden to sanction the Cuban regime

Florida Rep. Carlos A. Giménez criticized this Sunday the close alliance with the Russian government of the regime of Miguel Díaz-Canel, the man appointed president of Cuba by General Raúl Castro, as well as the growing concessions of Havana to Moscow.

“Castro’s communist dictatorship is once again selling the island of Cuba to Russia; the regime even supports [Vladimir] Putin’s war against Ukraine,” Giménez wrote on his official social media.

“Instead of appeasing the Castros, the president of the United States [Joe Biden] should impose sanctions against the brutal regime!” added the representative of Florida, of Cuban origin, who was mayor of Miami-Dade for one decade.

Giménez’s pronouncement is a reaction to the news that Havana offered the right to use Cuban land for 30 years to Russian companies, in an unusual deal for foreign investors revealed last week during a meeting between officials and businessmen from both regimes.

According to Reuters, Boris Titov, head of the Russian delegation of the Cuban-Russian Business Committee, told a businessmen’s forum in Havana that Cuba had decisively opened the door to investment.

“They are giving us preferential treatment (…) The path is clear,” Titov told the packed forum at the Hotel Nacional in Havana.

Titov, business adviser to the Russian presidency, said that Cuba had offered companies from his country the right to make use of Cuban land for a period of 30 years, an unusual concession to foreign companies in the communist country, notes Reuters.

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2 thoughts on “Castro dictatorship is selling Cuba to Russia, warns Rep. Carlos Gimenez”

  1. The Castronoid regime will do whatever it deems necessary to stay in power, Cuba and Cubans be damned.

  2. Putin, who sees himself as a new Peter the Great, must have a VERY low opinion of Cuba’s “president.”

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