RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel on Friday questioned U.S. President Joe Biden's concern about the crisis on the island after Sunday's anti-government protests and maintained that Washington "has failed in its efforts to destroy Cuba".
If Biden "had sincere humanitarian concern for the Cuban people, he could eliminate the 243 measures applied by President Donald Trump, including the more than 50 cruelly imposed during the pandemic, as a first step towards ending the blockade," Díaz-Canel wrote on Twitter.
"The U.S. has failed in the endeavor to destroy Cuba . . .