Cuban foreign minister says fair world order cannot be postponed

Havana - Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez said that the construction of a fair and equitable world order cannot be postponed.

It is also a moral imperative, the head of Cuban diplomacy said on his Twitter account @BrunoRguezP.

Dialogue and cooperation must prevail in the solution of conflicts, and human solidarity and the defense of peace must be privileged, Rodriguez added.

The issue has been recurrent in the Cuban foreign minister's twits, in a clear allusion to the warmongering policy of the United States, which made preparations a few weeks ago to attack Iran.

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