Etiqueta: drug trafficking
21 May, 2020 Cuba’s Inclusion in U. S. Unilateral Listing Is a Deliberate and Dishonest Act

Twenty days after the terrorist attack on the Cuban Embassy in Washington, the U.S. government is still silent. However, it included Havana in a unilateral list of countries that “do not cooperate” in the fight against terrorism, which has been described by Carlos Fernandez de Cossio, General Director for U.S. Affairs at the Cuban Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MINREX), as a political, deliberate and deeply dishonest act.

2 October, 2018 Chile Ready to Dialogue with Bolivia

The President of Chile, Sebastian Pinera, reiterated his willingness to held long-range and fluid dialogues with Bolivia on cooperation, but in accordance to the decision of The Hague.

14 April, 2018 Campaign of Discredit against FARC Denounced

The top leader of the Common Alternative Revolutionary Force, Rodrigo Londono, criticized the Colombian Attorney´s Office for its attempts to delegitimize that political party in front of society and the world to make the peace process fail.

19 July, 2017 Criminal Science Meeting Will Analyses Issues of Social Impact

The fourteenth International Meeting of Criminal Sciences, from March 14 to 16 next year, will analyze issues of social and economic impact, after Caridad Sabo, head of the Office of Institutional Communication of the Attorney General.

12 May, 2017 Bolivian President Questions OAS Attitude

Bolivian leader Evo Morales questioned today the attitude of the Secretary General of the Organization of American States (OAS), Luis Almagro, before the arbitrary detention of nine Bolivians in Chile, in violation of national sovereignty, economic and human rights.