Miami (USA), Jan 7 (EFE).- Several Cuban and Haitian migrants who arrived in the United States in precarious boats through the South Florida Keys and were detained by the authorities have been released from the Patrol processing center Border Police (CBP) from Dania Beach, according to local media.
Some of the released migrants are part of the more than 300 who arrived last weekend at the Dry Tortugas National Park, according to Local 10 television this Saturday.
According to the same outlet, some of the migrants were released this Friday night from the CPB station in Dania Beach, located 57 km north of Miami.
So far this fiscal year 2023, that is, since last October 1, the Coast Guard has intercepted 3,839 Cubans at sea, a significant escalation of arrests compared to the 838 intercepted in the entire fiscal year of 2021 and the 6,182 in 2022. EFE
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