Brasilia - The World Peace Council (WPC) on Monday repeated its condemnation of the blockade and new sanctions imposed by the United States on Cuba to destroy its Revolution.
'We want to express our unrestricted support for the Cuban people and nation who are victims of the most horrible persecution by the United States and its president, Donald Trump,' WPC President Socorro Gomes said in a brief video sent to the Prensa Latina office in Brasilia.
The Brazilian pacifist and politician charged that Trump 'is implementing Title III of the Helms-Burton Act to strangle the Cuban economy and install suffering and chaos in order to destroy the Cuban Revolution'.
'That would be impossible, because the Cuban Revolution has been confronting the US genocidal blockade for 60 years and keeps its banner of self-determination, of self-defense of the sovereign and socialist State. We know that once again, the Cuban people will win,' she underlined.
In the video, Gomes expressed indignation over the criminal attitude by the United States, which is trying to destroy a sovereign nation that lives in peace and seeks to share its people's fruits and wealth for all.'
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