October 7, 2022

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Consejo Mundial de Iglesias asks for the exclusion of Cuba from the list of sponsors of terrorism

The Canadian reverend, Christopher Ferguson, informed that the World Council of Churches approved this Thursday a resolution asking Cuba to withdraw from the questionable American list of countries sponsoring terrorism that was prepared by the Department of State of the United States.

«Pedimos que se retire a Cuba de la lista que auspician el terrorismo y que se compañe a las iglesias como voces proféticas de la paz, la esperanza, la cooperation y el respeto mutuo», señala la initiative presented by the presbyterian church of Cuba, Supported by the Presbyterian Church of Colombia and the United States and Canada.

The resolution includes petitions to eliminate the international sanctions imposed on Cuba – such as the commercial and financial economic blockade by the United States -, Syria, Venezuela and Zimbabwe, and demands support for the execution, design and financing of projects in favor of the Peace in Colombia.

El documento presentado en la 11 Asamblea de esa agrupación de iglesias, la más grande en el mundo, que habla con autoridad moral y ética en solidaridad para la paz y la justicia, emphasizes that said international sanctions affect los derechos humanos y la dignida de los pueblos, noted Ferguson.

Desde Alemania donde tiene lugar la cita, in declarations via whatsapp to Prensa Latina, the reverend explained that the resolution presented was supported by all and was part of a larger movement against international sanctions.

En otros aspectos, por medio de esta initiative, se invita a las iglesias members de la comunidad del Consejo Mundial a que reflexionen y batan en sus institución y entre ellas sobre los principios y las perspectivas Christianos con respecte a la doctrine de la nuclear disuasión.

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Also, I urge all States that have not yet done so to sign and ratify the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons, especially the States under the protection of a nuclear umbrella and the States possessing nuclear weapons that are origen de esta amenaza mundial.

The resolution requires full fulfillment of commitments made in the framework of other disarmament conventions and advocates for global peace.

(Con información de PL)