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Venceremos Social Movement protests at US embassy in Russia

Moscow, Aug 5 (Prensa Latina) Representatives of the Russian social movement Venceremos on Thursday protested in front of the US embassy in Moscow against the hostile US policy and the attempts to destabilize Cuba.
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The members condemned the actions taken by the United States and its allies to overthrow Cuba´s political system.

The communiqué sent by Venceremos movement to the US embassy in Moscow condemned the provocative call by Miami Mayor to use military force on Cuba.

‘We remind US authorities that 59 years ago predecessors gave the international community the commitment never to attack Cuba and to dissuade allies from doing so,’ the text said.

It was stressed that in present strained international situation, the United States must not forget that this commitment was part of the so-called Missile Crisis in 1962, which brought the whole world to the brink of nuclear war.

The proclamation recalled that the Cuban government, like any other, has the right to hold public order in the country to halt acts of violence and bring organizers to justice.

‘The attacks on the Cuban authorities, and even more so the use of punitive measures, is doubly hypocritical by the United States, which in turn has recently experienced the peak of massive protests against illegal police violence.’

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