The Castro dictatorship’s sock-puppet president says Cuba wants a ‘civilized’ relationship with U.S.

Cuban dictator Raul Castro holds up the arm of his puppet president Miguel DIaz-Canel.

Miguel Diaz-Canel, the Castro dictatorship’s sock-puppet president, told Cuban state media upon his arrival in New York on Sunday that Cuba wants a “civilized” relationship with the U.S. In other words, the Cuban dictatorship that assassinates and imprisons the opposition, violently beats and tortures dissidents, and is a state sponsor of terrorism wants the U.S. to be “civilized.”

Via Yahoo:

Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel said Sunday his government wants a “civilized” relationship with the United States — despite the embargo imposed on the island by the US since 1962.

Speaking to the Cuban state press upon his arrival in New York for the UN General Assembly, Diaz-Canel said he would use his speech at the annual gathering to denounce the commercial, economic, and financial embargo “which has already failed and will continue to fail.”

Of Cuban-US relations, he added Havana seeks “a civilized relationship despite ideological differences.”

However, he said the government of US President Donald Trump is “an administration with which it is difficult to form an equal relationship.”

All media eyes will no doubt be focused on the Cuban puppet show that will play at the UN headquarters in New York. And there is also no doubt the media will marvel at every word the Cuban puppet mouths while pretending they don’t see the puppet master.