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Tue Jun 10, 2014, 03:44 AM

U.S. Failure To Isolate Cuba Highlighted At Recent OAS Bloc Meeting

U.S. Failure To Isolate Cuba Highlighted At Recent OAS Bloc Meeting

HAVANA, June 10 (BERNAMA- NNN-Prensa Latina) -- The recent General Assembly for the Organization of American States (OAS), held in Paraguay, proved that the United States is increasingly alone in its policy of isolating Cuba from the rest of the world, the Granma newspaper highlighted.

Cuba's leading newspaper emphasized in an article that "although the subject is not on the official agenda, the discussion about Cuba's participation in the coming Americas Summit," scheduled for next year in Panama, "was at the center of a good part of last week's event, June 3-5."

Evidently, Cuba's sister countries in the region are not inclined to tolerate another fifty years of injustice, and they wasted no opportunity to make that known, said Granma, emphasizing the failure of the hostile policies and isolation imposed by Washington against the island.

Cuba's attendance at the summit, which gathers the Heads of State and Government throughout the continent every three years, has been called for by the Latin American and Caribbean community ever since the first summit was held in Miami in 1994.

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http://www.bernama.com/bernama/v7/wn/newsworld.php?id=1044987

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dipsydoodle Jun 2014 #1

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Tue Jun 10, 2014, 04:28 AM

1. US should be kicked out of the OAS.

'nuff said.

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