Exiled businessmen will only invest in a Cuba free of “tyranny”

"We are not interested in investing in Cuba as long as the regime of terror imposed on the country by the Castro family, the communist party, and a corrupt military claque is in power," they say.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - More than 25 Cuban businessmen exiled in Miami signed on Wednesday an agreement for the future of Cuba in which they commit themselves to create a reconstruction fund when "tyranny" ends and not to invest in the island until then.

At the headquarters of Brigade 2506, as the exiles who in 1961 tried to "liberate" the island by force of arms are known, the "businessmen for a free Cuba", convened by the Cuban Resistance Assembly, expressed their support for the protests initiated on July 11 and reaffirmed that the "supreme objective" is to achieve freedom.

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