Argentine association rejects Cuba’s continued presence on US list

Argentine association rejects Cuba’s continued presence on US list
Argentine association rejects Cuba’s continued presence on US list

In a statement posted on its social media profile, the group rejected “the imperialist ideas that systematically attack the island with unfounded accusations and blockades, harming its people.”

On the other hand, he highlighted the strong brotherhood that exists between Argentina and the largest of the Antilles.

In our life stories and militancy, we maintain our embrace of the Cuban Revolution: from the struggle of Ernesto Guevara (1928-1967) to that of our mothers and fathers, who committed themselves to the Great Homeland and were victims of the State terrorism of the nefarious and criminal Plan Condor, operated by the United States embassy, ​​among other sectors, the text states.

Homeland yes, colony no. With Cuba, always, he concludes.

Created in 1995, this group was initially made up of relatives of the 30,000 people who disappeared during the last civil-military dictatorship (1976-1983), but later incorporated people without direct ties to the victims.

In addition to fighting for the punishment of genocidaires, she defends the policies of Memory, Truth and Justice.

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