The Movement of Non-Aligned Countries has declared its support for Cuba in the face of a political communications campaign organized by the United States government, according to a note from the State Department.
According to the text, the NAM Coordination Office – at a meeting in New York – condemned and rejected attempts to destabilize the Caribbean country, as well as interference in its internal affairs.
He described the actions that constantly incite chaos in the largest of the Antilles as a flagrant violation of the purposes and principles of the Charter of the United Nations and international law.
Meanwhile, the Non-Aligned Movement denounced the multiple and negative effects of the economic, commercial and financial embargo imposed by the United States government on Cuba for six decades and intensified in times of the pandemic and called for its immediate lifting.
Likewise, the fact that the largest of the Antilles is the first country in Latin America and the Caribbean to have a vaccine approved for use in the fight against COVID-19, which was reached in the midst of terrible and stifling economic sanctions, was highlighted. White House.
The Non-Aligned Movement is a mechanism for political agreement, consisting of 120 members, and Cuba as its institution.
(taken from ACN)
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