Let's take Canadian tourists, for example.
According to Canada's Vancouver Sun:
"Havana is not a common tourist destination for Canadians. Though some 700,000 Canadians travel to Cuba each year, most go to the popular resort areas of Varadero, Cayo Coco and Holguin, with maybe a day trip to Havana."
As a reminder, those resorts are in isolated areas, owned and operated by the Castro regime's military and where access by the Cuban people is prohibited (or at best, strictly controlled).
Do tourists help the Castro regime's military (aka, repressive forces)?
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