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U.S. policy doomed to failure,Cuban president affirms

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U.S. policy doomed to failure,Cuban president affirms

Havana, Nov 11 (Prensa Latina) Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel ratified today that the aggressive policy of the United States against his country has been doomed to failure for more than 60 years.
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In his official Twitter account, the president pointed out that “the stuborn desire to see the end of the Revolution founded by historic leader Fidel Castro in 1959 will never come true.”

“Wake up from that dream. It is not going to happen,” the head of state remarked on that platform.

The day before, Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez reaffirmed the island’s will to defend sovereignty and internal peace, threatened by campaigns encouraged from abroad to subvert the revolutionary process.

In an appearance before representatives of the diplomatic corps accredited in Havana, the Foreign Minister denounced the illegal nature of a march called for next Monday by those he described as internal agents recruited, financed and organized by the U.S. government.

Likewise, he rejected Washington’s interference in the internal affairs of the country, as well as its support to these destabilization attempts at a time of national celebration after the control of the Covid-19 pandemic and the return to the new normalcy.

With strict adherence to our Constitution and the consensus that characterizes us, the people will defend public order, emphasized the head of diplomacy.

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