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Jangliss
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The US has unilaterally decided to install a sign in its embassy in Cuba which flashes offensive messages decrying the Cuban state. 1.4 million Cuban people have marched past it in protest already, and Cuba would like an apology from the US.

If the US continues trying to restrict Cuban sovereignty, we'll revoke the diplomatic immunity of your office, and give them a room in a prison with a good view of Guantanamo Bay (a bastion of the liberty you claim to have a monopoly on)
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The Marshall Islands would like to point out that the US embassy in Cuba is legally US territory and the Marshall Islands would deem any violation of its integrity by Cuba to be an act of aggression and would support a full and harsh US response.
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Serbia agrees with the representative of Cuba - such affronts are not permissible.
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The Republic of Sierra Leone supports the views of Cuba. Maybe Cuba should try doing this in their embassy in the US (if they have one)?
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Malaysia would expect more maturity from the US embassy. Can Cuba (or anyone else) give the MUN a news story or similar to give more details?
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Malaysia would expect more maturity from the US embassy. Can Cuba (or anyone else) give the MUN a news story or similar to give more details?
http://www.localnewsleader.com/brock...news&id=130533

The Cubans are preparing to block it with a wall.
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Malaysia thanks Serbia for the news story.

Malaysia would also like to say that we support Cuba's actions, and calls for the US to apologise.
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(Original post by Jangliss)
The US has unilaterally decided to install a sign in its embassy in Cuba which flashes offensive messages decrying the Cuban state.
Such as?

If the US continues trying to restrict Cuban sovereignty
Where?
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Syria thinks that the US should apologise and improve its approach in international relations.
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The Marshall Islands thinks Syria should strive to improve its approach in international relations.
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This is clearly not an intelligent or constructive manner in which to hold dialogue, rather a deliberate provocation (let alone the Guantanamo issue). Serbia suggests the US remove this display and negociate with the Cubans in a sensible manner.
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Japan demands evidence that this is the case, and not simply provacation from certain elements.
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(Original post by Lord Waddell)
Japan demands evidence that this is the case, and not simply provacation from certain elements.
After 45 years of a naval blockade on Cuba, enforced by 10 successive US presidents, the representative of Japan thinks displaying messages from the embassy that enrage millions of Cubans isnt provocation?
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Ukraine requests that not only the US remove this sign, but that they also remove the naval blockade, which is unnecessary, along with this ticker, which is clearly not a responsible course of action, and is rather immature. Ukraine notes that "Freedom of Speech", an issue which the US is so clearly for, what it publicly states it is for, and what it has used as one of the reasons to invade countries for, is in a sense being violated, in the sense that they are acting against a state merely because of their political beliefs.

The US is also acting contrary to Article 2 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights
Everyone is entitled to all the rights and freedoms set forth in this Declaration, without distinction of any kind, such as race, colour, sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin, property, birth or other status.

Furthermore, no distinction shall be made on the basis of the political, jurisdictional or international status of the country or territory to which a person belongs, whether it be independent, trust, non-self-governing or under any other limitation of sovereignty.
The United States is making a clear distinction against the people of Cuba and Cuba itself "on the basis of the political...status of the country".

Before the United States claims that its right to free speech is being denied by the blocking of the sign, Ukraine would like to point out that you are again making a clear distinction against the people of Cuba and Cuba itself "on the basis of the political...status of the country" by placing anti-Cuban propaganda and placing it in full view of the people.

Ukraine also notes that Cuba has performed no acts of aggression in the past towards America or American interests, but America has attempted assassinations and invasions against Cuba.

Ukraine will support Cuba fully in this and other issues.
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Delegates are informed that the position of US representative is in a transitional period. Kondar has gone the way of Bismarck and, going on the election results, I believe he has nominated Vienna as his successor. This may mean a lack of US presence for a little while as the changeover is made.

Thank you for your cooperation.
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Why does Ukraine get the feeling this MUN is as doomed as the last?
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(Original post by Lone Fox)
The Marshall Islands thinks Syria should strive to improve its approach in international relations.
The KSA would like to remind you to stick to the matter at hand and not attempt to drag this issue in another direction.
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Why does Ukraine get the feeling this MUN is as doomed as the last?
Uruguay somehow gets that same impression.

Cuba could just put up pictures of Gitmo inmates or abused Iraqi prisoners again.
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Cuba could just put up pictures of Gitmo inmates or abused Iraqi prisoners again.
Serbia doubts this will happen, as they lack the impact that they had at the beginning of this saga.
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We want freedom from the bullying foreign policy of the United States, and evidently our citizens are in total agreement with state policy here. Cuba asks what, apart from our Communism, the US leaders are objecting to?
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