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CUBAN FOREIGN MINISTER DEFENDS THE UN The Syrian regime and attack U.S. PDF Print E-mailCuba Libre DigitalTuesday, October 2, 2012 8:24
In a speech on the floor of the United Nations in New York, Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez accused the United States and some European countries want to overthrow the Syrian government, and advocated self-determination and sovereignty of Damascus.By Mariano AndradeAFP
NEW YORK --- The Chancellor Rodríguez, also reported Monday in the UN General Assembly, the U.S. policy against Cuba, both the economic bloc and its decision to include the island in the list of States sponsors of terrorism.
Rodriguez spent much of his message denouncing U.S. policies against his country and linked the inclusion of Cuba on the U.S. list of state sponsors of international terrorism with a way to justify the economic blockade of the island.
"The real purpose of keeping Cuba on the list is making spurious pretexts for persecution tighten our financial transactions and account lockout policy, which has caused invaluable human and economic damage by a trillion dollars, the present value of gold, "he said.
"It is known that the U.S. government has used state terrorism as a weapon of its policy against Cuba, which has caused deaths and 2,099 disabled 3.478 among our countrymen, while has sheltered dozens of terrorists, some of which even today live freely in this country, "he added.
In this regard, called for the release of the five Cubans arrested in 1999 on charges of espionage and sentenced to long prison terms in 2001.
Amid these allegations, Rodriguez returned to tend however to U.S. hand "on the eve of elections" next November's presidential proposing a "normalization of relations through dialogue on an equal footing and with full respect for our independence. "
In all modes, the Cuban minister said that Washington's policy toward Latin America "is essentially the same" with Democrat or Republican government, and said that the promises of President Barack Obama today to take in 2009 "not met" in reference to a relaxation of the measures against Cuba.
Rodriguez said the support received from the countries of Latin America and the Caribbean in the last Summit of the Americas in Cartagena in April, which was not involved Cuba by U.S. demand.
He warned that Venezuela's elections next Sunday "will be critical to the common destiny of the region" and expressed "solidarity" of the Cuban government of President Hugo Chavez to "destabilization attempts that can be foreseen."
Moreover, and in reference to the civil war in Syria, the Cuban foreign minister denounced an attempt by Western powers to "overthrow" the government of President Bashar al-Assad arming opposition groups and using mercenaries.
"The government of the United States and some in Europe have decided to overthrow the Syrian government, for which they have armed, trained and funded opposition groups, including the use of mercenaries," he said.
"Thanks mainly to strong opposition from Russia and China, it was not possible to manipulate the Security Council to impose interventionist formula applied in recent military adventures," he added.
Finally, he reiterated that the UN General Assembly "must act resolutely in the recognition of the Palestinian state as a full member of the United Nations, with its pre-1967 borders and East Jerusalem as its capital."

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