Havana, Cuba.- The terrorism policy applied by the Government of the United States against Cuba in more than 50 years of revolution has also claimed victims among representatives of the diplomacy of the island in the world.
The date of September 11 brings back to the mind two harmful events for the history of humanity: the fascist military coup that overthrew President Salvador Allende in Chile, and the attack against the Twin Towers in New York.
But also a 9/11, the year 1980, Félix García Rodríguez, an official of the Mission of Cuba to the UN, was riddled with bullets on a central corner of New York City.
Omega Seven, a terrorist organization with total impunity in the American territory, claimed responsibility for the crime. However, that was not an isolated case. Murderers on the Loose and in the Public Eye Several members of Cuban Foreign Service have lost their lives as a result of terrorist attacks. In 1992 Sergio Pérez del Castillo dies, when an explosive device explodes in the Cuban Trade Office in Montreal, Canada.
Four years later, Adriana Corcho and Efren Monteagudo are killed by a bomb of high destructive power at the Embassy of Cuba in Lisbon, Portugal. In the same year of 1976, Crescencio Galañena and Jesús Cejas, officials of the Cuban diplomatic headquarters in Buenos Aires, are kidnapped, tortured and killed as victims of the gloomy Operation Condor.
They are all unpunished crimes, although their authors find shelter in refuge in Miami. They are obsessed with the idea of beating the Cuban revolution, without any limit.