Cuba. This Saturday before thousands of Cubans gathered around the Piragua, in the Cuban capital, the president of Cuba, Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez called for the unity of all Cubans and reiterated that Cuba will never be a land of hatred.
In response to the events that occurred on July 11, the Cubans, led by former President Raúl Castro Ruz and other government leaders, gathered on the Havana boardwalk to support the revolutionary process and reject the vandalism that occurred in various places. of the island.
“Cuba belongs to all Cubans, wherever they are, they work to see it advance with its own legs and arms towards a destination of possible prosperity,” he said.
The Cuban president urged to look for the root causes of the violence that emerged on July 11, since the Cuban revolution forever erased the seeds of evil and hatred, of dishonor and crime, being imperative to investigate the reasons that made them sprout this violence in the face of needs, motivated by the Covid and the United States blockade, which has exacerbated the economic situation of the country.
“We are going to put a heart to the common work, a heart the size of our difficulties,” said the president, adding that, together, Cubans can advance the country in a sovereign and independent way.
Also in other cities of the country, Cubans, in a small group product of the covid, met to express their support for the revolution and denounce the events that occurred on July 11, reject the interference of the United States government and ask for the end of the blockade. against Cuba.
Political-communications campaign of the United States.
Cuba has denounced that these riots that occurred on July 11 were motivated by a political-communication campaign orchestrated by Washington that pursues the purpose of overthrowing the revolution and creating hatred and disunity among Cubans.
Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodríguez Parrilla denounced that Cuba is being subjected to an unconventional war that includes the use of sophisticated technologies and the dissemination of fake news, to generate disorder, instability and protests, such as those that occurred recently.
The EFE agency recently published an article showing several of these false news that have circulated in foreign media and platforms, where chaos and disorder are projected in Cuba during the events of July 11, with images from other countries, and misrepresenting the reality.
During his Twitter account, Rodríguez Parrilla urged President Biden to listen to the clamor of the international community and the Cuban people who demand the end of the blockade against Cuba that damages all families on the island.
The Cuban Foreign Minister denied to the US administration that there had been a “social outbreak” in Cuba, reiterating that it was about disturbances and disorders on a limited scale, where they opportunistically took advantage of the difficult situation that Cubans are experiencing as result of the blockade and the economic crisis caused by the Covid.
Source: Central American and Caribbean Digital Newspaper.