Thursday, March 27, 2014

We've got you, Vlad

Now, how about some of that cheap oil you used to send us;
 Fidel Castro Diaz-Balart, scientific advisor for Cuba's Council of State, said here [Moscow] today that his country is grateful for Soviet and Russian support since 1959, and at a moment of threats and sanctions, he reiterated Cuba's solidarity with Russia.
"We feel especially proud of our relationship with our brothers at a time when sanctions and threats are resurfacing," Fidel Castro Diaz-Balart stated after speaking at the launch of the Russian language edition of the book "Breve Historia de Cuba" (A Brief History of Cuba) at the Moscow State Institute of International Relations.
"If in the days of the mercenary invasion at Playa Giron, the 1962 October (missile) Crisis, and the decades of struggle for our own independence and struggle led to a particular slogan, popularized by the Soviets and especially, the Russians, today we confirm that slogan: Russia is not alone!" said the scientific adviser.
Hmm, so Cuba favors a nuclear weaponed power invading a smaller, nuke-free pest next door?

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