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State Sponsor of Terrorism Cuba reaffirms its solidarity with Syrian dictatorship

And there are still those who have the audacity to claim Cuba's Castro dictatorship is not a State Sponsor of Terrorism.

Via the Iranian dictatorship's FARS News Agency:

Cuba Reaffirms Support for Syria's Sovereignty

TEHRAN (FNA)- Cuba's First Vice-President Miguel Diaz-Canel reiterated that Havana supports Syria's right of self-determination and sovereignty.

Diaz-Canel made the remarks during talks with Mohsen Bilal, a special envoy of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, according to an official announcement.

The two sides exchanged views on the ongoing crisis in Syria, Xinhua reported.

Diaz-Canel "reaffirmed the right of Syrian people to a full exercise of self-determination and sovereignty without foreign intervention of any sort," the announcement said.

The meeting was also attended by Cuban Deputy Foreign Minister Rogelio Sierra.

The Cuban government has criticized the countries that support the Syrian rebels and calls for respect for Syria's sovereignty and territorial integrity.

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