Cuba on Thursday condemned the sanctions announced this week by the United States against Nicaraguan Vice President Rosario Murillo and National Security Adviser Nestor Moncada, measures that Havana described as interventionist.
'These actions are part of the traditional interventionist and interventionist policy by the United States against that brother country, and express once again that government's will to revive the Monroe Doctrine,' Cuban Deputy Foreign Minister Rogelio Sierra told reporters in Havana.
The official repeated Cuba's rejection of the use of unilateral coercive measures and ratified the invariable solidarity with the Nicaraguan government and people, President Daniel Ortega and Vice President Murillo.
On Tuesday, the United States announced the sanctions that establish the freezing of property, a hostile position that was also condemned by the governments of Venezuela and Bolivia.
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