MasCuba members held a meeting yesterday with the Undersecretary of Federal Intervention of the National Security Ministry, Luis Morales, in which they denounced threats and actions of the right wing in Argentina directed against Cuba and solidarity. The representatives of the movement handed Morales audios and films on the denunciation made and warned about the interference policy of figures such as the governor of Buenos Aires, Horacio Rodriguez Larreta, and the legislator candidate Maria Eugenia Vidal, by openly calling for a rally against the island in support of the destabilizing actions on the island, encouraged and financed from the United States.
According to a note from the Argentinian Club of Journalists Friends of Cuba, also attending the meeting, the representatives of the movement warned about the payment to Argentine NGOs by financial structures dependent on the US State Department, such as USAID and NED, aimed at financing actions against the island in Argentina and training counterrevolutionaries who would also operate within the Caribbean nation.
In view of the destabilizing attempts against the island on Argentine soil, MasCuba stressed that the government has the responsibility to safeguard the integrity of embassies and their personnel by virtue of Article 22 of the Geneva Convention and asked to guarantee next Monday that the movement will not be attacked in the event it will lead in front of the Cuban embassy in Buenos Aires in repudiation of the blockade imposed by the United States on the island.
Last month, MasCuba warned about aggressions to that organization by ultra-right groups and aggressions and threats made to several of its members, by groups supported by the Libertarian Party, the PRO (Republican Proposal) and young radicals.