ALBA-TCP questions the accusations leveled by the United States and the European Union against Cuba

CARACAS, July 12 – ALBA-TCP Secretary Sacha Llorente has questioned two statements on Cuba made by US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken and European Union High Representative for Foreign Affairs, Josep Borrell.

Through his account on the social network, Llorente stated that both officials lack the right or authority to “try to teach Cuba anything,” referring to statements made about the riots and acts of vandalism that were recorded on the island on July 11, 2021. As part of a plan to destabilize.

“They should see themselves in the mirror of fulfilling their responsibilities under international law and the UN Charter,” said the president of the Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of America and the United States.

Earlier, Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez rejected the statements made by Foreign Minister Anthony Blinken, in which he reiterated Washington’s support for the events that occurred on the island in July last year.

In this regard, the Secretary of State stated in a Twitter message that Blinken’s statements confirm the US government’s involvement in failed attempts to sabotage order and peace in Cuba.

In recent days, the US State Department released several communications in Havana that it called interference, as well as announcing new visa restrictions for 20 government officials on the island.

Regarding the statements of the High Representative for Foreign Affairs of the European Union, Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez stated that the societal bloc lacks the moral authority to make value judgments about Cuban reality.

He added that the European Union had to deal with its problems and the repeated violations of human rights of its member states.

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Over the weekend, Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel told the press that on July 11 Cubans celebrate victory over attempted sabotage and certify that people criminally prosecuted for these acts have all constitutional guarantees. (LL)






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