The support of this Venezuelan organization and its president Nicolás Maduro was recognized by the First Secretary of the Communist Party of Cuba, Miguel Díaz-Canel, during his televised appearance on Monday.
The foreign minister of that sister nation, Jorge Arreaza, also joined the rejection by sharing a video on his Twitter profile, where he announced that the revolutionary people of Cuba took to the streets to protect their sovereignty and dignity.
The Constitutional President of the Plurinational State of Bolivia, Luis Arce, also expressed his solidarity with Cuba.
“We express our full support to the Cuban people in their struggle against destabilizing actions. The more the government of Cuba advances in health and science, the more it faces disinformation and foreign attack,” he posted on Twitter.
In another message, he added: “The problems in Cuba must be solved by Cubans, without any interference, much less from those who have maintained a criminal blockade for 60 years.”
The executive secretary of the Sao Paolo Forum, Monica Valente, shared on Twitter statements of solidarity with this sister nation.
The Network of Intellectuals and Artists in Defense of Humanity (REDH), through a statement released on Telesur, called on the whole world to remain alert and oppose the interference moves that the U.S. government and its cronies intend to apply in Cuba.
“The U.S. government is bent on provoking a social explosion in Cuba. To that end, the administration of Joseph Biden not only has not removed the cruelty of the sanctions that his predecessor Donald Trump tightened but insisted on encouraging the subversive drift against Cuba,” denounced the network..
From El Salvador, the Farabundo Marti National Liberation Front (FMLN) also rejected this destabilizing campaign.
That leftist formation condemned in a communiqué, disseminated through Twitter, the media manipulation to impose a narrative alien to the Cuban reality, under the auspices of imperialism and the counterrevolution.