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Ukrainians reaffirm their support for Cuba

Ukrainians reaffirm their support for Cuba

Kiev, Jul 20 (Prensa Latina) Friends of Cuba in Kiev participated in the virtual meeting 'Solidarity vs. Blockade,' organized by the Cuban Institute of Friendship with the Peoples, as reported by diplomatic sources.
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The event was held at the Cuban embassy in Kiev and was attended by the head of Cuban diplomacy in Ukraine, Natacha Díaz, directors of the ‘Stop the Blockade’ Committee, other members of the solidarity movement, as well as members of Cuba’s embassy.

The meeting was used to explain the reality of the events that took place in Cuba on July 11th, as well as the response of support to Cuba from the global solidarity movements.

The directors of Ukrain’e ‘Stop the Blockade’ Committee made a statement condemning the media campaign against the Cuban Government and the Revolution.

‘This is an extraordinary act of aggression by the United States and an attempt to destabilize Cuban society and the citizens of other countries,’ according to the text. ‘The acts of vandalism and individual terror against Cuba planned in the United States actually demonstrate that [the US government] uses terror as a form of its policy towards Cuba and the peoples of other countries.’

The proclamation also denounces the massive dissemination of lies in the media about the events in Cuba in order to separate the citizens of different countries on the need for Washington to end its hostile policy against the island, requests that the White House lift the blockade against Cuba and calls for international solidarity in support of Cuba.

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