Mr. Glaz responded to a question about how they assess Cuban situation in light of reports about certain forces planning to organize and conduct destabilizing actions on Cuba.
“Attempts to destabilize independent sovereign states and forcibly overthrow legally-elected governments, through organizing riots, are becoming a norm for some countries,” according to the Belta news agency.
Mr. Glaz acknowledged that Cuba has been subjected to pressure from certain external actors who are trying to impose their will on the Cuban people, just as they tried to do with Belarus.
He stressed that Belarus opposes foreign interference in peaceful, calm and stable development of countries and peoples. “We do not accept attempts to organize color revolutions from abroad,” he stressed.
On Friday, Belarusian deputies defended the Cuban government and people against US hostile policies during a meeting with the Cuban ambassador Juan Valdés.