The secretary general of the Peru Libre Party, Vladimir Cerrón, issued a message in which he expressed his solidarity with Cuba and stated that “the international community must condemn this terrorist event, demanding the identification and punishment of those responsible.”
“We condemn these terrorist acts against the Cuban Embassy in the United States,” the Communist Party of Peru-Red Homeland expressed in a message.
The statement pointed out the fact that the incendiary bombs were thrown at the Cuban diplomatic headquarters days after the message from Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel before the United Nations General Assembly in New York.
The Izquierda Socialista (Socialist Left) party also condemned the attack and attributed it to the anti-Cuba right wing, “which tried with the terrorist act to intimidate Cuba for its position of defense of its sovereignty and its socialist option, as well as its denunciation of the crimes of the United States against the peoples.”
The editors of the Mariátegui magazine of thought and culture expressed their rejection of terrorism against Cuba and ratified their solidarity with the Caribbean island.