Global Condemnation Follows Attack on Cuban Embassy in Washington, USA
The Attack and Its Immediate Aftermath
An incendiary attack on the Cuban embassy in Washington, USA, has sparked a wave of global condemnation. This incident has been branded as a terrorist act by various international organizations and nations. The attack has drawn sharp criticism from Cuban residents abroad and organizations supportive of Cuba, who have vehemently expressed their disapproval of this act.
Dr. Samira Addrey, a Cuban expatriate, described the attack as a display of hatred and considered it unacceptable. The attack has also seen a significant backlash from solidarity groups, left-wing movements, and parties in Costa Rica. They have voiced their support for Cuba, labeling the event as criminal actions against the island and its revolution.
Global Response and Condemnation
In the Dominican Republic, the Máximo Gómez Association of Cubans residing there has united with other organizations and friends of the Caribbean nation, condemning the terrorist attack against the embassy. Similarly, in Italy, social, political, and union organizations from the city of Turin held a solidarity event with Cuba, reaffirming their support for the country and condemning the attacks against it.
Spain has witnessed a similar sentiment, where more solidarity organizations, including those of Cubans residing there, have added their voices to the growing international condemnation against the terrorist act on the Cuban Embassy in the US. The International Committee Peace, Justice, and Dignity to the Peoples have demanded justice from the US government in the wake of the attack.
Reaction from Major Global Powers
Major global powers such as Russia and China have also expressed their disapproval of the attack. Russia has categorically condemned the Sunday attack on the Cuban embassy in Washington and urged US authorities to conduct a thorough investigation of the incident. China has also condemned the terrorist attack against the Cuban embassy in the United States, urging the North American side to ensure the safety of diplomatic staff.
While the attack on the Cuban embassy has drawn worldwide attention and condemnation, it is essential to note that this incident is part of a broader context of international relations and global diplomacy. As nations and organizations around the world express their support for Cuba and demand justice, it serves as a reminder of the imperative to maintain peace and security in diplomatic relations worldwide.
Other Noteworthy Developments
In other news, the second Republican debate in the US will proceed without former US President Donald Trump. Seven candidates have qualified for the debate scheduled in California. Trump, who was absent from the previous debate, will be in Michigan instead.
Meanwhile, the United Nations continues its historical aspiration for a planet without nuclear weapons. A debate on the total elimination of nuclear weapons is being held at the UN headquarters, seeking an effective road map to achieve the organization’s main priority in disarmament matters.
The third edition of the Villavicencio Book Festival in Colombia begins with Cuba as the guest country and a tribute to master Hugo Mantilla Trejos. In Argentina, the last day of the International Meeting Political Communication and Power in the 21st Century is being held at the Kirchner Cultural Center.
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