Exiles in Miami unwavering in their protests while planning to sail in fleets to Cuba

Cuban exiles in Miami (Florida, U.S.) on Wednesday reiterated their support for the protesters in Cuba with the event "For the Liberation of Cuba - Join the Struggle," held in a county park, and are planning to sail off for Cuba next Wednesday, despite lacking U.S. Coast Guard's permission.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - In support of their fellow countrymen on the island, dozens of Cubans gathered Wednesday (21) at Tropical Park in Miami-Dade, a county that on July 11, when protests began on the island, unanimously declared "Patria y vida/SOS Cuba" (Homeland and Life/SOS Cuba) Day.

"We join voices from Miami-Dade County in support of the Cuban people who bravely stand up to tyranny to put an end to 62 years of oppression," said Commissioner Rebeca Sosa, who promoted the initiative.

She stressed that the declaration honors the Cuban people who have unprecedently

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