Havana: US Sanctions Are "Unfounded"
The Cuban Ministry of Foreign Affairs rejects the new sanctions imposed by Washington on Cuba, stressing that they are "unfounded".
The Cuban Minister of Foreign Affairs Bruno Rodriguez said that Washington has no legal, political or moral authority that enables it to impose sanctions on people across the globe.
This came after the administration of US President Joe Biden announced imposing new sanctions on the Cuban Minister of Defense and on a unit in the Ministry of the Interior, threatening that more sanctions are underway.
A few days ago, Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel confirmed that the efforts of the United States to destroy his country have failed. He also said, "If President Joseph Biden had sincere humanitarian concern for the Cuban people, he could eliminate the 243 measures implemented by President Donald Trump, including the more than 50 cruelly imposed during the (coronavirus) pandemic, as a first step towards ending the blockade."