Cuban residents condemn hostility of Washington
Moscow, Jun 13 (Prensa Latina).- Members of the Cuban community in Russia condemned Sunday Washington’s hostile policy against their country, which most recent expression was the measures announced May 6 by US President George W. Bush.
According to a statement announced in Havana’s diplomatic mission to Moscow, Washington’s new pressures violate the international law.
The natives of that Caribbean island rejected the White House’s brutal initiatives, which they called genocide.
During the encounter presided over by Cuban Ambassador to Moscow Jorge Marti, they also considered that these pressures interfere the internal affairs of another state, and involve dangers of unpredictable consequences, trying to undermine the Revolution and encouraging internal opposition.
Thanking support to the work bravely undertaken by his country, Ambassador Marti recalled the risk Cuba undergoes, hence the important role of movements of solidarity in these moments.