Cuba thanks Mexican president’s solidarity and support

HAVANA, Cuba, May 28 (ACN) In a post on X, the Cuban Ministry of Foreign Affairs thanked Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador for his pronouncement against the inclusion of the island on the spurious list of state sponsors of terrorism.

In its message, the Foreign Ministry shared a fragment of the Mexican leader’s usual morning press conference where he expressed his solidarity and support to the Caribbean nation and decried the U.S. blockade.

“What terrorism? Just an excuse (…) There are some people in the U.S. that get a lot out of the suffering of the Cuban people (…) and have made a lot of money with this extremist policy,” López Obrador said. “What I would like, as all the countries of the world have requested, is the end of the blockade of Cuba.”

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