Syria thinks about United States blockade versus Cuba a ‘Terrorist Policy’

2021-06-25.

Representative of the Syrian Arab Republic to the UN, Bassam Sabbagh Representative of the Syrian Arab Republic to the UN, Bassam Sabbagh

The Representative of the Syrian Arab Republic to the UN, Bassam Sabbagh, explained the blockade enforced by the United States versus Cuba as “illegal and a terrorist policy”, according to the regional press.

In his speech prior to the ballot session on the resolution provided Wednesday, June 23 by Cuba at the UN General Assembly, the diplomat declared his nation’s assistance for the “Cuban brothers” and for the UN resolution versus the unreasonable blockade that overlooks human rights.

Syria has actually regularly enacted favour of the Cuban resolution and the ballot outcomes are a crucial message to require the lifting of the blockade as a policy of injustice intensified by unilateral sanctions, he stated.

On the other hand, the Syrian delegate revealed his opposition to the category of Cuba as a nation that safeguards and sponsors terrorism, while dealing with the suffering of individuals as an outcome of unilateral coercive procedures enforced by Washington.

He acknowledged Cuba’s determination to team up and assist other nations to face Covid -19 for being a victim of financial terrorism comparable to terrorism in other nations and impacting its individuals.

On Wednesday, 184 UN member states enacted favour of raising the United States blockade versus the Caribbean island, while Ukraine, Colombia and Brazil stayed away and just 2 supported the upkeep of this system: the United States and Israel.

Syria thinks about United States blockade versus Cuba a 'Terrorist Policy'