Cuban President Denounces US Sanctions on Russia & NATO Expansion

Miguel Diaz Canel and Vladimir Putin

By Democracy Now

HAVANA TIMES – In Moscow, Russian President Vladmir Putin met Tuesday with Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel, who criticized U.S. sanctions targeting Russia.

President Miguel Díaz-Canel: “Cuba actively condemns sanctions that unilaterally and unfairly are imposed over the Russian Federation. The reasons for the current conflict in this zone must be sought in the aggressive policy of the United States and the expansion of NATO toward Russian borders.”

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4 thoughts on “Cuban President Denounces US Sanctions on Russia & NATO Expansion

  • Putin has few friends in the world.. Even Xi makes it clear he has no love for this “little “ man . Unfortunately Cuba has to play nice to get things they need from Russia. But Miguel Diaz Canel , for once , can’t you stand up to evil and maybe other countries will pay attention and consider helping your island nation..

  • Supporting Putin and passing the collecting plate. Do not forget that the Cuban dictatorship does not produce anything and survive though alms.

  • No surprise that Cuba would support Putin’s war crimes.

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