Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez rejected recent statements made by the Secretary of State of the United States, Mike Pompeo, against Cuba and other countries in Latin America.
The head of Cuban diplomacy pointed out in his Twitter account that Pompeo's attacks, carried out during the announcement of his participation in the next General Assembly of the Organization of American States (OAS), demonstrate Washington's growing international isolation.
By imposing a mandate on the discredited 'Ministry of Colonies' (OAS), the United States reaffirms its projection of dominance over Latin America and its aggressiveness against the peoples who do not follow imperialist orders, Rodriguez tweeted.
Pompeo declared on Wednesday that he will be 'delighted' to lead the delegation of his country in the virtual summit on October 20th and 21st, and said that it is time for the hemisphere to confront 'the regimes of Cuba, Nicaragua and Venezuela', opposed to the policies of the White House.
The situation in Venezuela and Nicaragua are precisely among the topics scheduled to be debated on this occasion by the body, which will promote parallel activities on these issues.
Cuba has not been a member of the OAS since its expulsion in 1962, in the context of the Cold War, and never returned to it, considering it a structure designed for the dominance of the United States over Latin America.