On his Twitter account, the foreign minister addressed Washington’s divisive strategy by criticizing U.S. President Joe Biden’s speech during the 76th session of the United Nations General Assembly, during which he praised his commitments to multilateral organizations.
“President Biden’s administration is making a serious mistake, with consequences for all, in its efforts to split the world between those who submit to it and those who defend their sovereign right to self-determination with dignity,” the FM pointed out.
The Cuban FM also noted that the disguised implementation of President Donald Trump’s erroneous and dangerous foreign policy (2017-2021) makes the current U.S. Government accountable for the damage caused to international peace and stability, and its serious consequences.
At the UN, President Biden blatantly lied, claiming, “For the first time in 20 years, the US is not at war.”
FALSE. The Biden admin has bombed Syria, Iraq, Somalia, backing Saudi bombing of Yemen.
The US is militarily occupying Syria and Iraq, and waging economic war everywhere pic.twitter.com/lRQASv0MHl
— Ben Norton (@BenjaminNorton) September 21, 2021
The head of Cuban diplomacy stated that “the biggest threat to the U.S. is the growing political polarization and extremism within its own territory, and for Latin America, the imposition of the imperialist Monroe Doctrine.”
In his speech at the UN on Tuesday, President Biden sought to dissociate himself from his predecessor, Donald Trump. He stated that the United States is “back at the table in international forums, especially at the United Nations, to focus attention and boost global actions on shared challenges.”