‘We categorically reject the attempts to destabilize the Cuban revolutionary government,’ the group stated.
As it stated, it joins the defense of the process, the citizenship and the Cuban leaders from its trenches as a solidarity group.
‘The (U.S.) imperialism knows that Cuba is a beacon of dignity and fears the revolutionary danger that emanates from that example,’ according to the Front.
In this regard, they warned that Cuba is not alone, because millions of people in Latin America are committed to accompanying Cuba in its fight against the economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed by the United States for almost six decades, as well as respect to their sovereignty.
‘As an organization, we reaffirm our pro-Guevara commitment, understanding that the streets belong to the revolutionaries,’ the Front said.
The message of the women’s Front is in tune with multiple displays of solidarity, from Ecuador, where social and political organizations rejected the discrediting campaign promoted by the United States against Cuba.
Intellectuals, political figures, members of the National Assembly and former government officials also expressed support for Cuba, where United States-promoted riots took place in recent days.