Havana. March 30, 2007
GENEVA, March 29.— Before a full session of the UN Human Rights Council, Cuba denounced the accelerated application by the United States of the so-called Bush Plan for the island’s annexation.
According to PL, Rodolfo Reyes, the Cuban delegate, affirmed that the plan represented an intensification of the policy of hostility, aggression and blockade developed by the present U.S. administration.
He noted that it is an aggressive program aimed at destroying the constitutional order supported by the Cuban people and restoring the regime of neo-colonial control imposed on Cuba in 1902.
The idea is to accelerate what they call regime change on the island, and their strategic tasks include the recruitment, organization and funding of mercenaries for their anti-Cuban policy, he added.
Reyes also referred to the promotion of political and diplomatic campaigns against Cuba in various international forums as part of that U.S. plan, including the Human Rights Council itself.
The United States is funding and compromising supposedly non-governmental organizations to this end, like Liberal International and Central Democrat International, hired to accredit Miami terrorist mafia mercenaries in the Council, Reyes stressed.
(Translated by Granma International)