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Cuba condemns in international forum the escalation of the US hostile policy

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Cuba condemns in international forum the escalation of the US hostile policyHAVANA, Cuba, Sep 26 (ACN) Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez Parrilla condemned today at the ministerial meeting of the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) the tightening of the hostile U.S. policy against his country.

The minister explained that such actions include unconventional measures against the fuel supply to the island and the increase in the extraterritorial application of the economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed by the White House on this Caribbean nation for almost 60 years.
This constitutes, he added, an attack on international law, on the sovereignty of Cuba and also on that of all states, and is the main hurdle for my country's development.
The Cuban diplomat rejected the activation of the Helms-Burton Act, which, he expressed, is the main illegal political tool of U.S. aggressiveness and violates rules and principles internationally recognized, as well as denouncing the extraterritorial nature of this mechanism that attempts to subdue citizens and institutions of third countries to the jurisdiction of U.S. courts, which is a legal abuse.
Cuba also opposes the imposition of unilateral and unjust sanctions against the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, and external meddling in its affairs, the Cuban Foreign Minister asserted.
He also praised the inter-Korean rapprochement and dialogue process and reiterated his solidarity with the Syrian people and Government, which for the past eight years has been suffering a bloody war that has cost numerous lives.
Rodriguez Parrilla considered that the Palestinian-Israeli conflict requires a comprehensive, just and lasting solution that would allow that people to exercise their right to self-determination.

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