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Quote of the Day – Cuba’s Castro dictatorship confirms it will continue to control Venezuela

Cuba's Minister of Foreign Affairs, Bruno Rodriguez, confirms what we all know and expected, but the media refuses to report:

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"We express the invariable and total solidarity to the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela and its constitutional President Maduro, to the government and the political-military leadership before the foreign interference, especially the United States, the attempts to defeat violently the legitimate government elected democratically, the events organized by fascist groups that have provoked deaths, wounded and destruction, the sabotage and the economic aggression and the transnational media campaigns. Cuban collaborators will continue working to the benefit of the Venezuelan people and will comply with their duty under any circumstance as it was demonstrated by their presence during yesterday’s civic-military parade."

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