The president of that organization, Song Se Il, recalled that recently the Cuban government reiterated Washington’s additional sanctions are part of the hostile anti-Cuban policy and a new attempt to bend the revolutionary will of the people.
This is related to the fact that the United States qualified five Cuban government officials as “human rights violators” and announced an executive order limiting the issuance of entry visas to the northern country for those people, Song pointed out.
The North Korean executive warned that such presidential order is a countermeasure to the Cuban executive’s decision to legally prosecute those involved in the violent acts of last July 11.
The ridiculous thing is that Anthony Blinken, U.S. Secretary of State, said that the sanctions imposed by Washington are to support the Cuban people, he said nothing about the seriousness of the crimes that caused damage to the economic development, the life of the people and the social stability of Cuba, he added.
Song denounced that the U.S. conduct, which often wields the cudgel of sanctions while criticizing the legitimate exercise of a sovereign state to safeguard its system, is nothing more than the height of shameless and open intervention in the internal affairs of other countries.
After all, it has been clearly revealed to the world once again that the sinister intention of the U.S. to overthrow socialist Cuba will never be changed, no matter who takes power in that nation. But the just cause of the Cuban people will be victorious without fail, he concluded.