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India condemns US attacks on Cuba again

India condemns US attacks on Cuba again

New Delhi, Jul 19 (Prensa Latina) The National Solidarity Committee with Cuba and the Indian Peace and Solidarity Organization today condemned the US plans to destabilize the Caribbean country.
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Both organizations pointed out in a statement to which Prensa Latina had access that the reasons for the shortage of food, electricity and medicines in Cuba are due to the inhumane and unjust economic blockade imposed by the United States for the last 60 years.

The United States considers the pandemic situation is the right moment to apply its policy of regime change on Cuba, and uses the Internet and social networks to spread fake news through bots and automated publications, they warned.

In the name of a humanitarian intervention in Cuba, Washington wants to destabilize the Cuban government and gain control of the country, the document stressed.

From the medical brigades to the socialist system in Cuba, everything is defamed by the US-controlled propaganda machine, the text noted.

In this context, many governments, organizations and prominent figures from all over the world have joined their voices against the new attack on Cuba and expressed their solidarity with this noble country, the organizations added.

In view of the serious situation of aggression against Cuba, protests will be organized in India as of July 26 against US intervention, in addition to the organization of a national webminar on the same day to express solidarity with the Caribbean island.

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