British Warship Visits Cuba

HAVANA TIMES, Nov. 16 – The British HMS Manchester warship is visiting the Cuban capital between November 15 and 19, Tim Bailey, lieutenant commander of the Royal Navy, announced in a press release. According to the source, the ship’s stopover “represents an opportunity to strengthen the excellent collaboration between the United Kingdom and Cuba, especially in the shared priorities of the struggle against drug trafficking and response in the face of disasters,” reported IPS.



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  • What is this crap? The british imperialists are the ENEMY of socialism — any socialism — and so, most certainly, is their military. That the cuban government and its military now want to play footsie with these dangerous thugs says quite a lot about the state of affairs in Cuba today,

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