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Residents in Mexico condemn US campaign against Cuba

Mexico City, Jul 4 (Prensa Latina) The José Martí Association of Cuban Residents in Mexico on Monday condemned the United States is currently orchestrating a political destabilization and discredit campaign against Cuba.

In a statement, the Cuban residents said the US government is presently using millions of dollars and up-to-date information and misinformation technologies.

They warned the United States is desperately trying to create suffering and desperation in Cuban people by trying to mobilize certain individuals to commit violent acts against its Government and people.

These individuals´ goal is to generate an international image of unstable and politically critical country, seeking pretexts that allow them to justify their usual “humanitarian” interventions, which we know constitute the export of death, crisis and instability of peoples where the US government has meddled in.

The Cuban residents in Mexico once again condemned the most genocidal and longest economic, commercial and financial blockade in universal history imposed by the United States on Cuba, which criminally impacts the Cuban people.

With its genocidal policy, the United States tightens measures limiting the Cuban people’s access to fuel, electricity, raw materials, financial resources, food, medicine, public transportation, among others.

The José Martí Association called for the Joe Biden government to cease aggression and hostility against Cuba as well as to quit envisaging the idea Cuba is an insecure.


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