Cuban Prime Minister Marrero in Moscow to speed up Russian takeover of Cuba

El Barrigón sealing deals in Turkey

From our suddenly busy Bureau of 21st Century Neocolonialism with some assistance from our new Bureau of Overfed Prime Ministers From Nations That Are Starving

Castro, Inc.’s top oligarchs are very busy nowadays, cementing their surrender of Cuba to Czar Vlad the Invader.

Prime Minister Manuel “El Barrigón” Marrero has landed in Moscow, the first leg of an extended 11-day visit to Grand Putinia, during which he will be busy doing all sorts of things that apparently need to be done to ensure that Russia’s takeover of Cuba begins to move forward rapidly and smoothly.

Upon his arrival, one of the details of this takeover was announced: A program to send Russian teachers to Cuba which will ensure that Cubans are taught the Russian language, as would be proper for any colony of Grand Putinia, where the native Peso will be eventually replaced by the Ruble.

Marrero;s visit to Russia was preceded by a visit to Turkey, where he sealed more deals favorable to Castro, Inc. that will further enhance Cuban submission to foreign powers. (See photo above) No word yet on exactly what role Turkey will play in Russia’s new Caribbean colony. But all signs indicate that Russia is allowing Turkey to have its share of the Cuban pie, at least for now.

Abridged and loosely translated from Diario de Cuba:

The Prime Minister of Cuba, Manuel Marrero Cruz, arrived in the Russian Federation in the early hours of this Tuesday morning (local time) after his visit to Turkey where he left more agreements tied for the continuity of the economic rapprochement between Ankara and La Havana.

The Cuban Government’s Twitter account reported that the official visit, the first of Marrero Cruz as Prime Minister, will last until June 17 and “is carried out in a context of expansion and consolidation of ties, particularly economic and commercial”, published the official Cuban News Agency.

At the Moscow Vnukovo International Airport, the head of government was received by the Cuban ambassador to the Russian Federation, Julio Garmendía Peña.

In another message, the government account specified that in the city of Sochi, Marrero Cruz will participate in the Eurasian Intergovernmental Council, will complete a program in the Russian capital and later attend the International Economic Forum in Saint Petersburg.

Marrero Cruz is accompanied by Deputy Prime Minister Ricardo Cabrisas Ruiz, head of Foreign Trade and Foreign Investment; as well as the Ministers of Public Health, Tourism, Energy and Mines and Transportation, the Minister President of the Central Bank of Cuba and the First Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs.

This same Monday, the ministries of Education of Russia and Cuba signed a document in Moscow on the creation of a working group for bilateral cooperation, the official Prensa Latina reported.

The ministers also discussed the implementation of an “international humanitarian project” called “The Russian Professor Abroad,” through which two Russian professors are expected to be sent to Cuba for the first time.

These professors will begin their work as of the new 2023-2024 academic year, and the authorities anticipate that in the future the number of teachers who travel to the Island to teach Russian language will increase.

Whole story HERE in Spanish