Diaz-Canel: Washington Incites Sedition in Cuba
Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel says that protests are not peaceful when the participants incite civil disobedience and destroy social peace.
Following calls by the opposition to take to the streets, the Cuban president Miguel Diaz-Canel has accused Washington of using its embassy in Havana to “stir sedition in the Island.”
Canel pointed out that “US diplomats meet frequently with counterrevolution gang members and use the privileges granted to the embassy of their country insolently.” This came after an earlier statement mentioning that the US diplomats offer these members technical and financial support.
Canel wondered “how would the United States deal with an embassy existing in its country and stirring civil disobedience and unconstitutional demonstrations?”
He added that “the protests are no longer peaceful when they serve the political interests of foreign governments and the participants seek the destruction of social peace.”