Venezuela and Nicaragua are working together to create a new migration crisis on the southern border of the United States.
The Venezuelan regime is allegedly financing a caravan - made up of Cuban citizens, who are currently in Panama and will move to Nicaragua. With the aim of organizing to go to the United States and create a new migration crisis on the border.
"The Cuban migrants will be transferred from Panama to Managua in planes of the Venezuelan state airline, CONVIASA," denounced a source familiar with the plan.
The Venezuelan regime has maintained a solid relationship with Daniel Ortega since Hugo Chávez came to power. The two countries have carried out joint projects for years and have established a system of mutual defense against the condemnatory actions of the United States and the European Community.
According to a source who spoke with Venezuela Politica (an affiliate of the Freedom Voice) under the promise of anonymity,
"The objective of the regimes of Venezuela and Nicaragua - with the transfer of Cuban citizens to Managua - would be to generate a greater crisis on the North American border and take advantage of the movement of people to infiltrate the groups that seek to reach the United States, Cuban and Venezuelan security agents. "
To this end, the Ortega dictatorship ordered the establishment of a
free visa for all Cuban citizens who wish to enter Nicaragua.
In a press release from the "Ministry of the Interior of the Government of Reconciliation and National Unity of Nicaragua" it was reported that
"Given the number of requests from Cuban citizens with relatives in Nicaragua, and in order to promote commercial exchange, tourism and The humanitarian family relationship, as of November 22, 2021, a visa is established for all Cubans who wish to enter Nicaragua. "
The official letter is signed by the Vice Minister of the Nicaraguan Ministry of the Interior, Luis Cañas.
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Maibort Petit is a Venezuelan writer, researcher and political scientist specialized in Transnational Organized Crime. Based in New York, she works for various Hispanic media outlets and as a consultant for various firms in New York and Washington DC.