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North Korean analyst denounces US attacks on Cuba

North Korean analyst denounces US attacks on Cuba

Pyongyang, Aug 5 (Prensa Latina) The destabilizing actions and persistent US blockade against Cuba are part of a plan to overthrow socialism in the western hemisphere, the North Korean analyst Kim Yun Mi denounced on Wednesday.
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In an article published by the Korean State News Agency, the commentator asserted that interference in the internal affairs of a State is an unforgivable crime that violates the United Nations Charter on respect for sovereignty, self-determination and international law.

The US efforts to wipe out independent nations are extreme. The objective is to overthrow Cuba and, later on, to crush the world socialist cause, he warned.

He added that in order to achieve this, Washington incites social unrest, promotes destabilization and has been maneuvering for decades to overthrow the legitimate Cuban government and install a reactionary and pro-US administration.

The analyst recalled that the US attacks on Cuba began since the triumph of the Revolution on January 1, 1959, and include terrorist attacks, the Bay of Pigs invasion and the tightening of the economic, commercial and financial blockade, among other actions.

In recent times, the United States has intensified the psychological campaign and invested tens of millions of dollars in anti-Cuba propaganda through the media and digital platforms, he said.

However, he pointed out that ‘none of these actions will stop the march of Cubans who consider socialism as their faith.’

The Cuban people’s struggle to defend the achievements of the Revolution will undoubtedly triumph, he concluded.

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