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Just because Cuba supports terrorists does not mean they are a State Sponsor of Terrorism

Cuba is not a State Sponsor of Terrorism: That is the ridiculous premise "Cuba Experts" continue to push in spite of the fact that the Castro dictatorship has and continues to be a partner, supporter, abettor, and enabler of the world's most vile and evil terrorist states and organizations. Nevertheless, to be fair to the "Cuba Experts," they are paid to regurgitate Castro propaganda, not to speak the truth.

Via the FARS News Agency:

Iran, Cuba Vow to Consolidate Ties
TEHRAN (FNA)- Senior Iranian and Cuban officials expressed their capitals' enthusiasm for enhancing mutual cooperation between the two friendly nations.

In a meeting between Cuban Acting Minister of Foreign Trade and Investment Antonio Carricarte Corona and Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister in Europe and American Affairs Majid Takht Ravanchi in Havana on Tuesday, the two sides expressed hope that their bilateral relations would witness further expansion in near future.

Corona expressed his country's readiness to expand commercial and economic relations with Iran as a strategic partner in different fields.

Takht Ravanchi referred to importance of ties with countries of Latin American region, and voice Iran's preparedness to expand ties with Cuba in all fields, and said that Iran's foreign policy is based on continuation of cooperation with friendly countries upon mutual respect.

Takht Ravanchi left Tehran for Havana on Monday to discuss bilateral ties with Cuban officials.

Takht Ravanchi announced on Sunday that he is to visit Cuba, Venezuela and Bolivia to hold talks with officials of those countries to pave the way for boosting Tehran's ties and interactions with the three Latin nations.

He said his Latin American tour will last for ten days and focus on various political and economic agendas, including Iran's peaceful nuclear program.

In mid-December, a conference on economic and trade cooperation between Iran and Latin America opened in Tehran.

Participants in the conference titled Challenges Facing Iran-Latin America Cooperation reviewed impediments to the expansion of economic cooperation between Iran and Latin America.

Heads of oil and gas products exporting companies as well as a number of economic and energy experts were present in the conference.

Iran has in recent years expanded friendly ties with Latin America, specially in economic, trade and industrial fields.

Iran's strong and rapidly growing ties with Latin America, specially with Venezuela, have raised eyebrows in the US and its western allies since Tehran and Latin nations have forged an alliance against the imperialist and colonialist powers and are striving hard to reinvigorate their relations with the other independent countries which pursue a line of policy independent from the US.

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