Cuba and other “Non-Aligned” U.N. envoys tried to block emergency meeting on Sri Lanka

This letter sent on May 15 by Cuba to the U.N. Human Rights Council shows how the Havana regime and its allies in the Non-Aligned Movement, which include numerous other repressive states, tried to use diplomatic tactics to block international scrutiny of Sri Lanka’s human rights violations. Fortunately, this one failed, and the session will be held tomorrow. However, other measures are being employed by the rogues, who dominate the council, to erode the final resolution.

1 Response to “Cuba and other “Non-Aligned” U.N. envoys tried to block emergency meeting on Sri Lanka”


  • I would like to express my dissatisfaction on the irresponsible statement made by the UN Watch on Sri Lanka. For that matter the UN Watch must not make such statements on any country similar to the one they have made against Sri Lanka. According to the article it says:

    “…tried to use diplomatic tactics to block international scrutiny of Sri Lanka’s human rights violations”

    This gives the impression that Sri Lanka has already committed human rights violations. I would like to ask from UN Watch who gave the verdict that Sri Lanka has violated human rights? Has it been proved by any legal authority? According to my knowledge “NO”. Not yet proved by any legal body that Sri Lanka has violated Human Rights, except for the global policeman and its allies have taken role of the mouth piece of the Sri Lankan terrorists and harping that Sri Lanka has violated human rights. Please do not phrase statements like above, it would have been better if you had phrased it as:

    “…tried to use diplomatic tactics to block international scrutiny of possible Sri Lanka’s human rights violations”

    I would like to ask a question from the “UN Watch”, what is happening in Afghanistan? Hundreds of innocent people are being killed by the so called global policeman and its allies. Isn’t it Human rights violation? Or do you have a different definition for this type of killings? Don’t be a puppet of the supper powers, try to be independent and take Sri Lanka as an example and try to stand with your own strength than leaning to powerful jokers.

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