Through a statement released to the UN, the Movement warned on how groups based in the United States, which operate with full knowledge of US authorities, promote and instigate actions of violence against the Caribbean nation.
In addition, the NAM Coordinating Bureau rejected the misuse of Information and Communication Technologies, included the Internet and social media, to incite and commit terrorist acts and also disseminate hostile propaganda against developing countries in order to undermine their Governments.
Likewise, the NAM reiterated its rejection to terrorism in any of its manifestations and forms, included those in which the States are directly or indirectly involved.
Finally, the NAM Coordinating Bureau urged all States, in accordance with their obligations under international law and the United Nations Charter, to deny safe haven and bring to justice the perpetrators of terrorist acts or any other person who supports, facilitates, finances, prepares or participates in those actions.
This week, France announced that it had opened a judicial investigation about the attack with Molotov cocktails perpetrated against the Cuban Embassy in Paris, on the evening of July 26, an event the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of that nation condemned on its website.