Ipso expressed its unwavering solidarity with Cuba and listed it as a beacon of hope for humanity during its national convention that ended this Sunday in the Indian city of Chandigarh.
Despite its small size and geographical proximity to the United States, Cuba resists US imperialism and shows a big heart with its internationalism, said an Indian body affiliated to the World Peace Council.
The Caribbean nation has been under an inhumane economic blockade for over 60 years, as well as all forms of covert and overt aggression by the US government.
During the Covid-19 pandemic, the US intensified its aggression against Cuba in an attempt to destroy the economy and destabilize the country.
Washington invoked Title III of the Helms-Burton Act and announced 243 additional measures to strangle the country that had bravely faced the blockade, an unjust action almost unanimously condemned by the international community. Despite the U.S. blockade, which is literally a crime against humanity, Cuba has been at the forefront of international solidarity by producing its own vaccines against Covid-19 and sending medical troops to more than 50 countries, including those in Europe.
But instead of recognizing these humanitarian actions by Cuba, the White House unjustly declared the island a state sponsor of terrorism, when in fact Cubans are greatly affected by US-sponsored terrorist activities.
The Indian Organization for Peace and Solidarity has condemned the recent US aggression against Cuba, which has been the target of serious hybrid attacks of late.
In addition to blockades and sanctions, the US is stepping up its offensive with a systematic and coordinated multi-million dollar campaign of “fake news” on social networks.
Corrupt Pay News tries to create the appearance of mass opposition to the socialist revolutionary government, however the Cuban people take to the streets against the revolution as they always do.
Despite decades of genocidal sanctions, Ipso salutes Cuba and the heroic people of the Cuban Revolution who are capable of guaranteeing universal access to high standards of free medicine, education, social security, sports, music and culture.
The meeting was attended by Vice President Víctor Gaute of the Cuban Institute for Friendship with the Peoples (ICAP) and Executive Secretary of the World Peace Council Iraklis Savdaris, who is visiting India with a focus on solidarity. as representatives of Vietnam, Bangladesh, Nepal and Sri Lanka.
The ICAP representative condemned the economic, commercial and financial embargo policy of the United States against Cuba, intensified during the pandemic to create material shortages and cause substantial damage and suffering to Cuban families.
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