(CNN) – Cuban activist and playwright Yunior García Aguilera arrived in Spain this Wednesday with his wife, a Spanish government source informed CNN. According to this same source, both arrived with a tourist visa, officially called a Schengen visa, which allows them to stay in the countries that comprise this area for 90 days.
When asked if Yunior García had initiated an international protection procedure in Spain, this source claimed to have no details in this regard.
Detentions and siege prevent protests in Cuba Archipelago , an organization that promotes the Civic Day for Change in Cuba, denounced that one of its members had denounced that García had been missing since November 14.
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Magdiel Jorge Castro, a spokesman for Archipelago, told CNN that the last time they had spoken with García was on Sunday at 6 p.m. and since then they have not had communication with him.
On Sunday, government supporters blocked Yunior García’s apartment in Havana, ahead of Monday’s opposition protest march.
In a live broadcast on Facebook from his apartment on Sunday morning, Yunior García Aguilera said that he was “not allowed” to leave his apartment.
“I woke up besieged. The entire block is surrounded by State Security dressed in civilians who try to impersonate the people,” said Yunior García Aguilera.
Yunior García’s message after arriving in Spain
Yunior García published a message on his Facebook account on Wednesday about his arrival in Spain.
Thank you very much to all the friends who have cared for us. We arrived in Spain, alive, healthy and with intact ideas.