Cubans take to the streets in the town of Camagüey, July 13, 2021, for a Revolutionary march, demonstrating their support for the Revolutionary Government and condemning the destabilizing events of the last few days.
The member of the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of Cuba and Minister of Foreign Affairs, Bruno Rodríguez Parrilla, accused the U.S. Government of being directly involved and of having serious responsibility in the incidents that occurred in our country on July 11th.
During a press conference, convened this Tuesday, the Cuban Foreign Minister presented evidence of this statement and warned the U.S. that it will be responsible for the consequences if it persists in the policy of strangulation of our country, and that its irresponsible conduct can have serious consequences that damage the interest of both countries.
Rodríguez Parrilla exposed that the controversial hashtag #SOSCuba did not emerge in Cuba, but was launched last June in New York, to try to hinder the vote of the United Nations General Assembly against the blockade. He specified that this operation uses millions of dollars in resources, laboratories and technological platforms with funds from the U.S. government.
Rodríguez Parrilla stressed that, in its beginnings, the scope of this hashtag thread was null, “the campaign was disarticulated when it was crushed by an international clamor, by the predominance in networks of the will of the world to demand the lifting of the blockade.” [More]
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