Note from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Cuba.
The director of Bilateral Issues at the General Division for U.S Affairs, Yuri Gala López, conveyed today to the U.S. chargé d'affaires, the strongest rejection of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs for the letter the aforesaid diplomat sent in collusion with José Daniel Ferrer, a common criminal.
In handing her over a letter of protest, Gala López stressed that "the behavior of the Embassy and, in particular, that of the Chargé d'Affaires, is not surprising" and added that "the moral deterioration the foreign policy of that country is going through and the contribution to that deterioration from several of its officials with responsibility for Cuban issues is well known”.
He also informed her that "the conduct of the Embassy and its Chargé d'Affaires represents a clear provocative interference in the internal affairs of the country and constitutes a flagrant violation of the norms of International Law and diplomatic relations between States”.
The Cuban official recalled that the diplomat "represents a government known for its deplorable history with regards to human rights issues, both within its own territory and in other countries" and that "this is confirmed by the recent assassination of citizen George Floyd at the hands of the forces of law and order.