The US Treasury Department imposed sanctions against the Minister of the Armed Forces and a unit of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Cuba

The persons involved in the list are allegedly involved in the suppression of protests in the country.

The US Treasury Department announced on Thursday that the Minister of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Cuba, Alvaro Lopez Miera, and a special unit of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of this country were included in the sanctions list. This is stated in the message of the US Ministry of Finance.

According to the agency, the new persons involved in the list are allegedly involved in the suppression of protests in Cuba.

At a briefing on Thursday, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki promised that the Ministry of Finance and the State Department would later release more information about anti-Cuban sanctions (meaning visa restrictions). According to the press secretary, US President Joe Biden instructed: “to consider some options that will simultaneously assist Cubans, will facilitate humanitarian assistance, Internet access, as well as sanctions, which are part of this process.”

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Author: Steve Cowan
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