Cuba nói công dân của họ bị dụ đi lính cho Nga để đánh nhau ở Ukraine
tài khoản mạng xã hội với tên Elena Shuvalova quảng cáo hợp đồng 1 năm với quân đội nga, trong group gần 76.000 thành viên 'người Cuba ở Moscow'...
Cuba’s government has begun criminal proceedings (tố tụng hình sự) against a “human trafficking network (mạng lưới buôn lậu)” that recruited (được tuyển dụng) Cuban citizens to fight in Russia’s war with Ukraine, according to the Cuban Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
The ministry issued a statement on Monday saying that Cuban authorities (chính quyền) had begun dismantling (tháo bỏ) the recruiting group for Russia. The statement said the network had intended to “incorporate Cuban citizens living there and even some living in Cuba” into the military and take part in operations (chiến dịch) in Ukraine.
The statement cited Cuba’s “firm and clear historical position against mercenarism” and said that it was “not part of the war in Ukraine.”
The statement did not say who was behind the trafficking network, or how many people had been affected. The claims had not been independently verified (đã xác minh), and the Russian authorities did not immediately comment.
...a social media account under the name of Elena Shuvalova had for months been posting ads in a Facebook group called “Cubans in Moscow” offering a one-year contract with the Russian Army. On Tuesday, the group had nearly 76,000 members. The statement from the Cuban Foreign Ministry did not mention the group.