Cuba Persuasive Memo

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About 5,000 migrants from Cuba were stranded in Central America after trying to reach United States. Fortunately, the President of Costa Rica, Luis Guillermo, allowed the immigrants to stay in his country.
According to CNN, it has been a month since the Cubans were left stranded in Central America because Nicaragua and Guatemala didn’t allowed them to cross their countries. They were all staying in a refugee camp provided by the government as well as giving them their foods and drinks in San Ramon.
However, they still feel hopeless and desperate as they were looking for some ways to escape their poor situation. Armando Quesada, a migrant from San Ramos, said that they don’t have choices left to choose the best way for them.
“Being smuggled by traffickers is not what we wanted, but we 've …show more content…

The 57-year-old state leader released a recorded video message after the Belizean government refused to accept the request of Costa Rica to help the Cubans to get back to their country.
Belize affirmed that they would only help them “within the regional arrangement.” "Like you, I feel very disappointed that Guatemala, as well as Belize have denied passage through their territory to arrive in Mexico and from there continue on to your destination in the United States," Solis said.
However, the president promised everyone that he would do his very best to look for other ways to help the immigrants. The migrants were originally going through U.S. via South and Central American countries.
Now, the Cubans were afraid that the good relation of Cuba and U.S. would be affected and could end the special privilege the foreign country was giving them. Havana Times added that the immigrants will be the number one priority of President Solis as he was going to visit Cuba in the upcoming week, a source told

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