The text qualified as an arrogant intervention in the internal affairs of the island the declaration promoted by the United States after the riots that took place in the Island last July 11.
It is, according to the letter, a serious violation of the basic norms of international relations.
The document pointed to the blockade imposed by Washington as the main cause of the shortage of medicines and electric energy suffered by the Caribbean country, contrary to the rights of its people to subsistence and development.
We are categorically opposed to the imposition of unilateral coercive sanctions and interference in the internal affairs of other countries under the pretext of alleged ‘freedom’, ‘human rights’ and ‘democracy’, the statement added.
It also supported Cuba’s efforts to overcome the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, promote economic development and maintain social stability.
The group reaffirmed its strong support for Cuba as it explores a path of development in accordance with its national conditions.