Cuba Foils Plot to Smuggle Arms from United States, Detains Dozens

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In a recent development, Cuba has revealed that it successfully disrupted an attempt to smuggle weapons and ammunition into the country from the United States. The plot, which was initially disclosed last December, revolved around a Cuban man who had traveled to Cuba on a jetski from the U.S., carrying firearms, ammunition, and military gear with the intention of inciting violence and recruiting accomplices.

The Cuban Interior Ministry's lead criminal investigator, Víctor Álvarez, shared insights from the thorough investigation that uncovered a more extensive plan involving 32 Cuban residents and an American group known as La Nueva Nación Cubana. According to Cuban authorities, this organization based in the U.S. has been implicated in orchestrating attacks against Cuba from American soil. Despite informing U.S. government agencies about their findings, Cuban officials expressed concerns over the ongoing activities of the individuals involved, accusing them of organizing and funding violent actions to disrupt the internal stability of Cuba.

The U.S. State Department responded to the allegations by asserting that the prosecution of individuals is carried out based on U.S. law and is not influenced by foreign governments. Meanwhile, Cuban authorities presented a video confession from Ardenys García, who allegedly entered Cuba through unconventional means and engaged in recruitment efforts. Garcia, currently detained in Cuba, is also facing charges related to human trafficking in the United States. Over the years, Cuba has consistently raised allegations against the United States, claiming a lack of action in response to schemes crafted by Cuban expatriates residing in the U.S. aimed at instigating unrest and toppling the Cuban government. In a tit-for-tat move, Cuba recently released a list of foreign nationals and organizations, including La Nueva Nación Cubana, that it accuses of promoting terrorism activities, linking them to historical incidents such as hotel bombings and attempts to destabilize the government led by Fidel Castro. This retaliatory step by Cuba seems to be a direct response to the U.S.'s decision to maintain Cuba on its list of state sponsors of terrorism, a classification that imposes severe sanctions and economic adversities on the island.

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May 21, 2023 | 05:09