Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel has accused the United States of attempting to undermine the island’s “internal order” through its embassy in Havana.
In contrast, at a Communist Party convention, the president defended that Cuba’s role in Washington was “a political and diplomatic mission for the benefit of bilateral relations” and aimed at revealing “the truth” of the island.
With that in mind, he noted that the Cuban Embassy in the United States is keen to “counter the slander against Cuba” and “it can be categorically confirmed that there has never been any illegal activity aimed at violating the legal or constitutional political” Undermine foundations “. from the United States.
Díaz-Canel has also criticized President Joe Biden’s administration for making “offensive statements openly interfering in Cuba’s internal affairs” through its communication platforms “on a daily basis.”
“It is provocative behavior that is alien to the behavior of a diplomatic mission and completely violates the Vienna conversation about diplomatic relations,” said the Cuban President.
In the same way, the Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodríguez has classified this alleged behavior as “provocative and violating” international agreements.
Finally, Díaz-Canel assured that the Cuban government would not “stand by” because it was “determined to face the subversive and aggressive work” of the US diplomatic mission.