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Satellite images reveal expansion of Chinese spy bases near Florida!

By Andrew Powell


Beijing using Cuba’s close proximity to U.S. to surveil military communications.

A new report from a Washington, D.C.-based think tank shows how China is quietly expanding its spy presence in Cuba – located less than 100 miles from the U.S. coast.

The Center for Strategic and International Studies released its report, Secret Signals
Decoding China’s Intelligence Activities in Cuba Monday, which shows growing defense and intelligence ties between China and Cuba.

Negotiations between the two nations were reported in 2023, when the White House admitted the U.S. has been aware of Chinese spy facilities located in Cuba since 2019, which included a joint military training facility.

The CSIS report notes satellite imagery was analyzed to provide an assessment of where China may be operating these facilities in Cuba, although it points out China’s activities are still shrouded in secrecy.

“Sitting less than 100 miles south of Florida, Cuba is well positioned to keep watch on sensitive communications and activities in the region, including those of the U.S. military,” the report reveals.

In total, analysts identified four active site locations in Cuba capable of conducting electronic surveillance that were most likely able to support China’s spying efforts. Calabazar, Bejucal and Wajay are all located closest to the U.S. coastline, while El Salao sits on the opposite side of the island close to U.S.-controlled Guantanamo Bay…


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