The solidarity organization pointed out that Havana has been included in the arbitrary list since 1982, based on “unfounded accusations and political motivations,” the Movement stated in a message to which Prensa Latina has access.
It stressed that Cuba’s continued presence on this list “has hindered diplomatic and commercial relations” between the two countries.
The text “strongly supports” Cuba’s removal from that list of alleged terrorist-sponsoring countries.
The document explained that Cuba has demonstrated during all these years its “commitment to peace and international cooperation” and pointed out that “no concrete evidence has been presented to support the accusations of terrorism.”
The Movement stressed that Cuba’s inclusion in the list “has no legal basis and has been used as a political tool” to damage its image and economy.