For weeks now, the U.S. government has been leading a new defamation and discredit campaign against Cuba as part of its policy of growing hostility against our country. It drives it in the face of the political failure to surrender Cubans by strengthening the economic blockade and the measures to deprive us of fuel, and in the face of the demonstrated capacity for resistance of our people, who celebrate with optimism the 500th anniversary of Havana.
During the last few hours, several acting authorities in the Plurinational State of Bolivia have presented the idea that Cuban collaborators are encouraging protests taking place in Bolivia, along with a similar campaign on social media, through accounts of doubtful origin and false profiles, inciting violence against health personnel.
Last night, it was inaugurated by Dr. Khaled Al Sulaiti, Director of the Katara Cultural Village of Doha and the Ambassador of Cuba, Eumelio Caballero Rodríguez, the “Face to Face” Exhibition, in the presence of its author, the Cuban painter Juan Arel Contino.
Statement by the Cuban Ambassador, H.E. Mr. Eumelio Caballero Rodriguez.
Excellencies, dear friends, compatriotas: First of all I would like to thank you all for your presence in this ceremony of inauguration of Cuban artist Juan Arel Ruiz Contino Exhibition.