Bruno Rodríguez Parrilla, Ministro de Relaciones Exteriores de Cuba/Foto tomada de Internet.
On Tuesday, at 1:30 p.m. local time (EDT), Foreign Minister Bruno Rodríguez will answer questions from the national and foreign press about the terrorist attack on the Cuban Embassy in the United States. The virtual press conference will be available on Cuban television and on the Facebook page of the Cuban Foreign Ministry (MINREX) and YouTube channel
This Monday, President Miguel Díaz-Canel published on his Twitter account a tweet reminding the White House that Cuba is waiting for a response to the denunciations following the machine-gunning on the embassy in the U.S. capital. “We do not forget a long history of terrorism against our diplomats.”
Although the more than 30 shots with an assault rifle on April 30th left only material damage, their author — until now protected by the veil of “madness” by the American authorities — declared that he was willing to aim at anyone who might come out, including the ambassador. Not even the gravity of that position breaks Donald Trump’s silence.
Díaz-Canel had already warned that the White House’s refusal to share with Cuba, as the attacked country, all the information on the case, amounts to tolerance and revives the history of terrorism suffered by our people from U.S. territory.