Havana, January 13 (RHC)-- Cuba's Foreign Ministry has strongly condemned the racist, denigrating and gross statements of the President of the United States of America, regarding Haiti, El Salvador, African states and other continents.
The statements were made during the course of negotiations on the migratory program known as DACA, which took place at the White House on Thursday.
The Cuban Foreign Ministry, MINREX, said that the statements were full of hatred and contempt, producing indignation in the Cuban people, proud that throughout their history, they have made contributions to peoples from different latitudes, particularly among African countries and Haiti.
The statement issued Friday evening in Havana said that Cuba joins the strong rejection that these statements have attracted around the world, especially in the countries of the South.
The Cuban Foreign Ministry expressed its most heartfelt solidarity with all the countries offended by the words of U.S. President Donald Trump.
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