Mexico City. / 24.07.2021 20:58:29
Director of the division of the Americas into the Human Rights Watch organization, José Miguel Vivanco, criticized that Mexican Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard met with his Cuban counterpart Bruno Rodríguez, because they did it in the middle of the protests registered in Cuba.
Through his Twitter account, Miguel Vivanco stated that said meeting and that the Mexican government expressed solidarity with the Cuban people, were “infamous” facts..
“While the Cuban regime brutally represses the protesters, the Foreign Minister of Mexico meets with his Cuban counterpart to express his solidarity. Infamous“, you can read in that message.
Since July 11, thousands of Cubans have taken to the streets to demonstrate against the regime of Miguel Díaz Canel, which has generated confrontations with government supporters.
The Mexican government has expressed its support for its Cuban counterpart on multiple occasions, after what they consider an economic blockade by the United States; Two days ago, Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard reported that Mexico will send two ships with aid to the island and President Andrés Manuel López Obrador highlighted the “resistance” of the Cuban people in this matter.