Two groups from the Netherlands condemn Cuba's inclusion in US list
The Hague, The Netherlands, (Prensa Latina) Political and social organizations headquartered in the Netherlands condemned on Monday Cuba's inclusion in the United States' unilateral list of countries not cooperating against terrorism, which they described as illegal and false.
'We support peaceful Cuba and join the rejection of various actors in the world to the spurious certification, based on falsehoods, slander and the US hostile agenda towards the island,' noted the New Communist Dutch Party (NCPN) and the Ethiopian-Cuban Community in Europe in a joint statement.
The signatories recalled that the US State Department decision came on May 13, two weeks after the April 30 terrorist attack against the Cuban embassy in Washington DC, where over 30 shells hit the facade of the diplomatic headquarters and some went through crystals and entered the lobby in several directions.
The NCPN and the Ethiopian-Cuban community, made up of citizens of that African country who studied in Cuba, warned that the island has been the victim of terrorist acts in the last 60 years, arranged and financed from US soil, which has welcomed those responsible, with official complicity.
According to the NCPN and the Ethiopian-Cuban community, the new slander of the US government cannot hide the achievements of the Revolution or the humanitarian and solidarity work of its doctors, who have been saving lives across the world for decades.
The same healthcare professionals currently supporting the fight against the Covid-19 pandemic in countries in need of help, they underscored.
The Cuban embassy in the Netherlands thanked the solidarity of both organizations, which it described as traditional.
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