U.S. restriction on remittances harm the Cuban people

Cuban financial company, FINCIMEX, rejected the impact of its inclusion in the list of restricted entities by the State Department as part of Washington's escalation against the Caribbean island, a press release noted.

The recent measures of the United States government to prevent remittances to Cuba through U.S. companies or from the island directly harm the Cuban people and their families in that northern country, FINCIMEX stated.

The announcements, made in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic, corroborate the cynicism, contempt for the Cuban people, and opportunism of the U.S. government.

FINCIMEX has guaranteed commercial relations with U.S. companies and those from many other countries to manage remittances to Cuba for more than 20 years.

The recent provisions directly attack family remittances even when Washington spokespersons lie and try to make it look like the limitations are only on a specific entity, the text added.

FINCIMEX, as part of the Cuban financial system, is in charge of guaranteeing remittances to the island from the United States, which will be interrupted.

In concluding, FINCIMEX ratified its commitment with the Cuban people to identify and sustain orderly and safe flows of remittances to the Caribbean island.

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