Cuba strongly condemns the American aggression against Syria and Iraq Cuba strongly condemns the American aggression against Syria and Iraq

Cuba strongly condemns the American aggression against Syria and Iraq

Cuba strongly condemns the American aggression against Syria and Iraq

Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez Parrilla said, "The American aggression against Syria and Iraq is a blatant violation of sovereignty, and leads to increasing escalation and the possibility of a regional conflict."

He added: "Cuba strongly condemns the American aggression against Syria and Iraq, which constitutes a blatant violation of the sovereignty of both countries. These irresponsible actions violate international law, further escalate violence and contribute to the possibility of a regional conflict."

The US Central Command (CENTCOM) announced air strikes on Iraq and Syria against the Quds Force of the  Iranian Revolutionary Guard and groups.  its affiliated groups.

An RT correspondent reported that the bombing targeted targets in the countryside of Al-Mayadeen and Al-Bukamal, eastern Syria, and the headquarters of Iraqi factions.  in the Al-Sikak area in Al-Qaim, western Iraq.

The American strikes resulted in civilian and military casualties and significant damage to public and private property.



The White House rejects a bill to grant $17.6 billion to Israel while excluding Ukraine from aid

The White House announced that the US administration rejected the House of Representatives bill on providing aid to Israel without additional aid to Ukraine.

White House spokeswoman Karine Jean-Pierre said, “The administration has been working for months with a bipartisan group of senators to reach a national security agreement that secures our borders and provides support to the people of Ukraine and Israel. While the legislative text is imminent, House Republicans are coming up with the latest "Their political maneuvers. Israel's security must be sacred, not a political game."

“We strongly oppose this stunt that does nothing to secure the border, does nothing to help the people of Ukraine defend themselves, and deprives Palestinian civilians, the majority of whom are women and children, of humanitarian assistance. Instead, House Republicans should act in a way that "Bipartisan, as the administration and the Senate do, on pressing national security issues."

US House of Representatives Speaker Mike Johnson had unveiled legislation providing new military aid to Israel worth $17.6 billion as part of its war on Hamas, without allocating aid to Ukraine, and it is expected to be approved within days.

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