The United States assured that it is "reviewing" its policy on Cuba.


The White House has referred to the protests as "a major event," so it will "obviously have an impact" on how the US government will proceed.

The White House Press Secretary, Jen Psaki, confirmed this Wednesday that the United States is "reviewing" its policy on Cuba to create an "impact on the well-being" of the island's people.

Psaki has recognized that the policies of former President Donald Trump on Cuba, "reassigning the island as a state sponsor of terror," have entailed necessary restrictions, for which he has stated that they are carrying out "an exhaustive process" to define their policy having "to democracy and Human Rights at the center."

Similarly, he called the protest "an important event," so it will clearly have an impact on how the United States moves forward, indicating that it is not a "punctuality." It will be "comprehensive."

On the other hand, he referred to the request of the United States Secretary of National Security Alejandro Mayorkas, Haiti and Cuba not to try to emigrate to the United States by sea and considered whether Cuba should try to relocate or Demonstration, it is "Because they oppose oppression, the mismanagement of the Cuban regime."

"We support their right to protest and their efforts to speak out against their treatment in Cuba. The United States stands with the Cuban people and their call for freedom from both the pandemic and the decades of repression and suffering to which they have been subjected," he added.

Protests in Cuba have come to a near halt due to the government's violent aggression against Cuba and the atrocities committed by those exercising their fundamental and international rights. This is unacceptable", he considered.

Cuban citizens have taken to the streets in recent days to express their discontent over the shortage of essential products, such as food and medicine. Members of the international community and NGOs, among others, have denounced harsh repression against the protesters. The Cuban regime considered that the United States is behind these mobilizations, labeled "disorder, vandalism, violence."

The White House added that "there is no doubt that the protests over the weekend and what happened in recent days have been significant events  (...)" and that "obviously, will have an impact" on the decision that EE makes. .UU. On "how to proceed," he added.

Almost six months after coming to power, the Government of The President of the United States, Joe Biden, has not yet fulfilled his election promise to return to the melting process with Cuba initiated by former President Barack Obama (2009-2017) in which he was Vice President.

"We want to do this through the prism of what will directly help the Cuban people and what will help encourage a change in behavior (of the Cuban government) if that is possible," the spokeswoman assured.