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Provocations against Cuba are rejected in Serbia

Provocations against Cuba are rejected in Serbia

Belgrade, July 12 (Prensa Latina) Under the title áCuba will prevail! the New Communist Party of Yugoslavia (NKPJ) joined today the international repudiation of what it called a campaign of provocations aimed at destabilizing the island.
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In a statement published on its website, it indicated they join their voice to that of other communist and workers’ parties in the world to condemn acts organized and promoted by counterrevolutionary groups backed from abroad to try to present a picture aimed at making an imperialist intervention viable.

It emphasized that the objective is to make it easier for the escalade against Cuba and its people by using the problems caused by the aggression and the criminal blockade of six decades imposed by Washington.

‘We condemn the policy of the United States and its allies, which in the course of recent years have intensified the criminal and unacceptable blockade, despite the resolutions of the UN General Assembly, and placed Cuba again on the list of states sponsors of terrorism .. ‘, the statement highlighted.

He added that, at the same time, adventurer mercenary groups that act against Cuba and its people are being supported.

The NKPJ reiterated its full solidarity with the population, the Communist Party and the government of Cuba, against all imperialist attacks on the sovereignty and rights of its people.

Hands off Cuba! The note claimed, signed by the secretariat of that political organization, to assert that the blockade of the United States and any other form of imperialist intervention must cease immediately.

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