Charter flights between Haiti and Nicaragua, designed to facilitate clandestine migration of Haitians and Cubans to the United States, are closely monitored by the American administration, which plans severe measures to counter these practices. In a recent announcement, the U.S. Deputy Assistant Secretary for Western Hemisphere Affairs, Brian Nichols, made it clear that the Biden administration is committed to using all available legal options to put an end to these operations.
These charter flights have recently drawn the attention of American authorities as they have been used by some individuals to bypass traditional immigration routes and attempt illegal entry into the United States. Faced with this issue, the Biden administration demonstrates its determination to put an end to these practices and hold those responsible accountable.
A high-ranking diplomatic source has confirmed that investigations are underway to identify individuals involved in organizing these charter flights. Investigators are working to determine who is behind these operations and gather the necessary evidence to prosecute them in accordance with the law.
Brian Nichols emphasized the U.S. government’s commitment to this matter, stating, “We take this issue very seriously, and we are determined to end these illegal activities that endanger the lives of migrants and disrupt our legal immigration system. Those involved in these charter flights must be aware of the serious consequences they face.”