HAVANA, Cuba, Dec 6 (ACN) Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodríguez said that the selective call to a summit that claims to be about democracy is a sign of US weakness.
In his official Twitter account, the Cuban Foreign Minister wote that the aforementioned call by Washington shows that the North American country is incapable of facing the discredit and isolation of its foreign policy at the UN.
"The selective convocation to a summit that claims to be about democracy is a sign of US weakness, incapable of facing in the UN the discredit and isolation of its foreign policy," the head of Cuban diplomacy wrote on the social network.
According to the Prensa Latina news agency in a dispatch dated in Washington and quoting press media, the United States will present at the so-called Summit for Democracy a controversial initiative aimed at restricting surveillance tools to regimes it considers authoritarian.
The plan would put in place rules of conduct for the export of surveillance tools to countries that would use them to allegedly repress human rights, reported The Wall Street Journal (WSJ).
However, the northern nation is on the list of countries registering a notable setback in its "democracy," Russia Today revealed.
At the event organized by US President Joe Biden and scheduled for December 9-10, Washington will seek to impose rules of conduct for the export of surveillance tools to countries that would use them to repress human rights, WSJ reported.
China today described the US blockade against Cuba as the worst example of the continuous and serious violation of human rights, denouncing Washington's failures to respect democracy.
According to PL, the Foreign Ministry of the Asian nation deplored in a document the persistence of that hostile stance for decades and the application of unilateral sanctions that infringe on the freedoms of the peoples of both countries.