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Cuba intervenes in hearing on Israel's aggression against Palestine


Havana, February 21.- The Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs of Cuba, Anayansi Rodríguez, referred from The Hague, Netherlands, the efforts of the island during the hearing on the legal consequences of Israel's policies against Palestine.

At the headquarters of the International Court of Justice, the vice-president mentioned that this process began on February 19, requested in accordance with article 96 of the Charter of the United Nations and article 65 of the statute of the court.

Rodríguez Camejo mentioned that this Monday the Palestinian delegation presented this case of genocide for three hours with solid arguments from a legal point of view, based on International Humanitarian Law and human rights.

According to a video of the vice minister published on the Facebook page of the Caribbean country's foreign ministry, this Tuesday the representations of South Africa, Algeria, Saudi Arabia, Brazil, Bolivia, Belize, the Netherlands and Belgium intervened.

On behalf of the Cuban government and people, we will present a solid, firm position in support of the Palestinian cause and demand peace and justice, as well as a clear statement regarding the legal consequences of Israel's practices and policies, she indicated.

Not only of Tel Aviv, as an occupying power, but also, he stressed, that of other member territories of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) such as the United States that guarantee Israel's impunity. (PL) (Photo: Taken from the Internet)


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