Where are the terrorists? Who finances them? For what purpose? There are many questions to ask, and so the nation that included Cuba on its States Sponsoring Terrorism (SST) list can answer, ACURE said in a statement released on Monday.
The organization recalled that Cuba has been subjected to terror attacks since 1960, killing fellow citizens in diplomatic missions or officials inside and outside the country, incidents strongly condemned by the entire world at international entities.
Any act of violence, whether by people or organizations serving foreign interests, aimed at damaging physical integrity or property, is considered an act of terrorism, the statement added.
ACURE referred that Sunday’s attack did not cause material damage, but it did put the lives of Embassy officials at risk. We are not a violent people, we have always avoided confrontation despite provocations, ACURE cleared insisting on the need to remove Cuba from the spurious U.S. SST list.
Calling for peace and for the U.S. government to lift the economic, commercial and financial blockade, Cubans residing in Ecuador stated: “No to terrorism” against their Homeland.