Cuban Minister of Foreign Affairs:strongly condemns the U.S. re-listing Cuba on the list of”supporting terrorism” countries
△Screenshot of Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodríguez’s social account
On the 11th local time, Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodríguez strongly condemned the U.S. re-listing Cuba as”supporting terrorism””List of countries. Rodriguez condemned the”hypocritical” and”cheeky” practices of the United States on social media, calling the US move”politicalspeculationism“Anyone who really pays attention to the disaster of terrorism and its victims will realize this.
On the same day, the U.S. State Department announced that Cuba would be included in the list of”supporting terrorism” countries, and the U.S. Secretary of State PompeoThe statement also accused Cuba of”providing asylum for terrorists.” The Cuban side strictly refutes this.
The United States has listed Cuba as a list of countries supporting terrorism since 1982, until 2015 in Cuba-US relations In the context of the thaw, then US President Barack Obama removed Cuba from the list. In May 2020, the United States announced that Cuba will be included in the list of countries that do not cooperate in counter-terrorism operations in 2019. (Headquarters reporter Hou Jiaqi)