The organization told Prensa Latina that it is absurd to boycott Cuba’s attendance to the event, slated for June in Los Angeles, where health care will be the main topic, not taking into account Cuba’s history of solidarity with other nations.
If Cuba, an island that created several Covid-19 vaccines and vaccine candidates and has immunized practically its entire population, cannot attend the Summit of the Americas, it would be a total heresy and the complete discredit of that meeting, Cuba Linda stressed.
Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez denounced Washington’s exclusion of Cuba from the preparations for the forum and the pressure exerted on governments of the region that oppose that position.
The White House seems to forget that the Cold War is over and that Cuba is not alone, Cuba Linda, an organization founded in 1998 to promote rapprochement between the Cuban and French peoples, noted.
Therefore, the United States has no morals to criticize a nation with much more credibility before the international community in terms of health care and solidarity in that sector.