The Cuban Communist Party has confirmed on Friday that Raul Castro will no longer be Your general secretaryAfter ten years of training, within the framework of the celebration of the Seventh Congress in Havana.
In introducing his report, Castro emphasized the progress made in the past five years, but also recognized Need to “increase motivation” Solve the problems facing the island.
According to the party’s website, Castro stated that he was “satisfied” with himself because he knew that he would hand over the leaders of the country to a group of prepared leaders who had been consolidated by decades of experience. “,and “Committed to revolutionary ethics.”
In addition, Castro condemned this Friday Increasing hostility from the United States In recent years, he has adhered to his country’s will, that is, “there is no concession inherent in sovereignty and independence” to promote respectful dialogue.
During his presidency (2013-2018), Castro worked with neighboring countries to promote the de-freezing process. He expressed regret in his speech at the opening ceremony of the 8th PCC Conference Tightening of Washington sanctions, Even during the coronavirus pandemic.
It is expected that at the end of this conference, the conference will last four days. It is the main conference hall of the 89-year-old army general who is a member of the Cuban Communist Party. Completely withdraw from politics And transfer the leadership of the training to the current president of the country, Miguel Díaz-Canel (Miguel Díaz-Canel).
According to the first secretary of the PCC, according to the state agency Prensa Latina-Congress is held behind closed doors and cannot be in contact with foreign media-over two hundred measures implemented against Cuba during the presidency of the United States, Donald ·Donald Trump “The cruel nature of imperialism.”
The Republican president suppressed legal channels for remittances, tightened the requirements to travel to the island, and vetoed cruise travel. Banned flights to all airports in Cuba In addition to Havana, the Caribbean islands have been re-incorporated into the list of countries/regions that finance terrorism in the United States.
Castro argued that U.S. policies have damaged the economic relations between almost every country on the planet and Cuba. Talking about “real hunting” He criticized Washington for trying to “undermine the business system, undermine state management, exacerbate chaos, strangle the country and trigger a social outbreak.”
In Cuba, which is experiencing a severe economic crisis, it is expected that Democrat Joe Biden will arrive at the White House in January last year. This will ease the bilateral tension between Trump and Trump and promote a new reconciliation.
In contrast, White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki reiterated today at the request of the Cuban Communist House of Representatives to change the policy towards Havana This is not a priority of Biden’s foreign policy.