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The State Department, have been excluded, expelled on Thursday, two members of Cuba’s mission to the United Nations and the other members leave, Manhattan, Department spokesman Morgan Ortagus said in a statement.
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The Cubans were spy operations run on American soil. “The Department of State today, the Cuba notified of niche Ministry of foreign Affairs that the United States requires the imminent departure of two members of the Cuban Permanent mission to the United Nations for the abuse of their privileges of residence. This is due to their attempts to conduct operations against the United States influence.” Ortagus said.
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“In addition to the required departures, travel within the United States by all the members of the Cuban Permanent mission to the United Nations will continue to be substantially restricted to the island of Manhattan,” Ortagus. “We take any and all attempts against the national security of the United States seriously, and will continue, all additional personnel, may be a Manipulation of their privileges of residence.”
The announcement came as the U. N. holds its 74 General Assembly in New York.
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In 2015, the United States and Cuba to restore relations, which had been separated since 1961. But in April, President Trump a whole series of Obama-era policy on the reverse of Cuba in the context of a RAID, what then-National security adviser John Bolton, referred to as “the three stooges of socialism”– Cuba, Venezuela and Nicaragua. In June, Trump announced even stricter limits on American travel to Cuba, according to Fox 8.