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DPRK condemns US interference in Cuban affairs

DPRK condemns US interference in Cuban affairs

Pyongyang, Aug 5 (Prensa Latina) The Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) on Thursday condemned the interfering actions by the Government of the United States in Cuba's internal affairs.
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Concerned about the riots that occurred in Cuba, the international community expressed its support for and solidarity with the efforts by the Cuban Government and people to overcome the current hardships, commentator Kim Yun Mi said in an editorial.

According to the reporter from KCNA, US authorities deliver speech after speech inciting to social riots, which shows the key role of the US behind the recent destabilization campaign in Cuba.

Kim stressed that, for the past few years, Washington has intensified its psychological actions to paralyze the revolutionary awareness of the Cuban people and, to do that, it invests tens of millions of dollars in anti-Cuba propaganda every year.

Interference in the internal affairs of a sovereign State and attempts against its regime are crimes that violate the United Nations Charter on respect to sovereignty, non-intervention in internal affairs and national self-determination, according to the editorial.

Overthrowing Cuba, and later on, crushing the world socialist cause, is the goal of the US anti-Cuba campaigns. However, the struggle of the Cuban people to defend socialism and the achievements of the Revolution will undoubtedly triumph, the editorial concludes.

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