The US calls for the immediate release of Cubans "unfairly" imprisoned for the protests

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Washington.- The United States demanded this Tuesday, on the second anniversary of the anti-government demonstrations that took place in Cuba, that the "political prisoners unjustly detained" be released in those demonstrations.

This was requested in a US Secretary of State, Antony Blinken, who urged the international community to join the US in petitioning Cuba to release the "hundreds of students, journalists, artists and young people who are imprisoned unfairly”.

“Today marks two years since thousands of Cubans raised their voices to claim their fundamental freedoms,” said Blinken, who pointed out that the United States maintains its support for those who continue to wait for democracy to be established on the island.


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