Russia rejects Cuba's presence on U.S. terrorist list

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Russia rejects Cuba's presence on U.S. terrorist list
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21 May 2020
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Moscow, May 21 (RHC)-- Russia considered "absurd and unjustified" the decision of the United States to include Cuba on its unilateral list of nations that supposedly refuse to collaborate in the fight against terrorism.

"Such a decision is even more unacceptable when it is known that Washington shows no reaction to investigate an aggression against the Cuban embassy in the United States, more than two weeks after that fact," denounced the spokesperson of the Russian Foreign Ministry, Maria Zajarova.

In addition, the Russian official recalled the White House's duty to comply with the conventions to guarantee the proper protection of the diplomatic missions in the U.S.   The spokeswoman highlighted Cuba's cooperation in the fight against terrorism and recalled that the vast majority of the world is against the economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed by the United States on Cuba for almost 60 years.


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