In a profound gesture of solidarity, Cuba's President Miguel Díaz-Canel and Foreign Minister Bruno Rodríguez have reiterated their unwavering support for the Palestinian cause. They led a march on the International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People, voicing their firm opposition to violence and advocating for a sovereign and independent Palestinian state.
Unwavering Support for Palestine
Marking the International Day of Solidarity with Palestine, Cuba has once again demonstrated its staunch stance in favor of peace and justice for the oppressed people of Palestine. This particular day, sanctioned by the United Nations General Assembly, has been a platform for Cuba to voice its support for the Palestinian cause and demand an immediate cessation of violence and a just resolution to the conflict.
Global Appeal for Peace
President Díaz-Canel and Foreign Minister Rodríguez's march is not just an act of solidarity but a global appeal for peace and a lasting solution to the Palestinian conflict. Their firm stance against violence and their advocacy for an independent Palestinian state resonate deeply with the international community's aspirations for peace and justice in the region.
Cuba's Diplomacy at Work
Further cementing its position, the Cuban Ambassador in Cyprus participated in a series of activities dedicated to the International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian people. These gestures, including donations to the Palestinian people, are a testament to Cuba's unwavering support for the Palestinian cause and their legitimate struggle against oppression and violence.