Russian colonization of Cuba receives boost at secretive meeting in Havana

Titov and Trucutú : Savage Subject and Imperial Emissary

From our Bureau of Twenty-First Century Neocolonialism with some assistance from our Bureau of Secretive Meetings Between Savage Subjects and Emissaries of Their Emperor

Czar Vlad the Invader’s emissaries paid another visit to Castrogonia this week to discuss details of their takeover of the island with fake president Trucutú Díaz-Canalla and an assortment of Cuban oligarchs.

Details of what was discussed or transacted have not been revealed. Those who met have only made vague statements about “increased imports” and an influx of capital to prevent the total collapse of the tropical utopian hellhole.

Naturally, since Castro, Inc. is a vociferous defender of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, it is highly likely that the deployment of Cuban troops in this war was a top item discussed at this meeting.

From 14yMedio via Translating Cuba

Kremlin business consultant Boris Titov is back in Havana, five months after his last visit. President Miguel Díaz-Canel met this Thursday with the official, who holds the position of president of the Cuba-Russia Business Council.

“It’s the will of both governments to deepen our economic and commercial relations,” Díaz-Canel wrote on his account on the social network X (formerly Twitter). The Cuban president did not offer more details of the meeting with the Russian politician and businessman, who was in Cuba last May to attend a bilateral business forum attended by more than 150 representatives of companies from Russia and Cuba.

On that occasion, they offered the Russians the right to hold land in usufruct for a period of 30 years, a concession unprecedented in the history of the revolutionary regime.

The Cubans expect capital to arrive from Moscow in the areas of transport, logistics, agriculture, sugar, tourism, construction and industry, according to the Cuban government.

In response, Havana will provide Russia with “facilities to encourage” its “presence.” Among them, according to Titov himself, is the import of tax-free products from the Eurasian country, the presence of Russian banks and financial facilities for exchange with their respective currencies (the ruble and the peso). 

So far in 2023, the Foreign Minister of Russia, Sergey Lavrov; the president of the State Duma, Vyacheslav Volodin; the economic adviser of the Presidency, Maksim Oreshkin, and other important political figures of Vladimir Putin’s government have traveled to the Island.

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