(Havana) Cuba on Wednesday reiterated that it “did not (or did not) interfere in the 2020 US elections” and welcomed Washington’s qualified report that the allegations made by the United States were “not credible.” Former President Donald Trump.
“It is not true that Cuba is interfering or trying to interfere in the American election,” tweeted Carlos Fernandez de Cosio, director of the United States Department of State at the Cuban Foreign Ministry.
“The American government also confirms this in the wake of the scandal spreading in this country for publicity and defamation,” he said.
In a report released by the Ministries of Justice and Homeland Security on Tuesday, Donald Trump and his supporters accused Democrat Joe Biden of running in the presidential election without naming the authors.
“We know about public statements, according to which foreign governments, including Venezuela, Cuba or China, […] The counting has changed with the regulation of electoral infrastructure, ”they write. “Investigations have shown that they are not reliable.”
The report, which cites Russian, Chinese and Iranian intervention efforts, said no foreign country could change the outcome of the 2020 election.
Eugenio Martinez, director of the Latin American and Caribbean division of the Cuban Foreign Ministry, said on Twitter that “the ability to sleep and the frequency of sleep is a violation of American politics.” “There is no evidence to prove this lie against Cuba.”
Relations between Cuba and the United States have been strained under the command of Donald Trump, who has intensified sanctions against the communist country for denouncing his support for the government of Nicolas Maduro in Venezuela.