Cuba’s Raul Castro blasts Trump’s Mexican wall, trade policy

Cuba’s Raul Castro blasts Trump’s Mexican wall, trade policy

Cuban President Raul Castro has criticized US President Donald Trump’s immigration, trade and other policies. Speaking at a summit of leftist leaders in Venezuela yesterday, Castro said the new agenda of the US Government threatens to unleash an extreme and egotistical trade policy, violate environmental agreements hunt down and deport migrants.

He said migration was due to growing inequality and poverty caused by an unjust international economic system and that a wall along the Mexican border was therefore irrational and aimed at all Latin Americans, not just Mexicans. Last month White House has said it is reviewing US policies towards Cuba.

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