Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodríguez Parrilla, just a few minutes ago, condemned from his profile on the social account Twitter the “hypocritical and cynical qualification of Cuba as a state sponsor of terrorism,” announced this Monday by the United States government.
Rodríguez Parrilla described the act as a “political opportunism”, an intention that would be recognized by anyone who has an honest concern about the scourge of terrorism and its victims.
The United States announced today, just nine days after President Donald Trump’s departure from power, that it once again included Cuba on the black list of “States sponsors of terrorism,” from which it had been withdrawn by Barack Obama in 2015.
“With this measure, we will once again hold the government of Cuba accountable and send a clear message: the Castro regime must end its support for international terrorism and the subversion of US justice,” said the head of US diplomacy, Mike Pompeo. , it’s a statement.
The Government of Cuba has repeatedly denounced the long history of acts of terrorism committed by the United States against the Island, a long tradition of attacks that has the “complicity” of Washington with “individuals and organizations” that attacked the country, including They belong to the former CIA agent Luis Posada Carriles, the mastermind of the attack against Flight 455 of Cubana de Aviación in 1976, in which more than 70 people died.