Mayors of South Florida ask Biden to help the Cuban people

July 17, 2021


This Saturday, the mayors of South Florida asked the President of the United States to help the Cuban people who are clamoring for freedom.

“The first thing we agree on as a coalition of mayors is that the Internet is a critical need in Cuba,” Mayor Francis Suárez said this Saturday.

The mayor also believes that an international intervention led by the United States protects the Cuban people from a bloodbath.

During a press conference the coalition of mayors of South Florida urged the administration of President Joe Biden to step forward to help Cuba and Haiti.

For her part, the mayor of Miami – Dade Daniella Levine Cava, said she sent a letter to President Biden, asking him to listen to the voices of the Cuban community.

The mayor believes that “this is the moment” that Cubans have been waiting for and that US actions will help achieve the “dream of freedom and a democratic Cuba,” so she hopes the president will listen to them.

In the same way, he stated that it is a “crucial moment for the Cuban people” in their decades-long struggle for “freedom.


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