Tuesday, June 12, 2007

CASTRO RAPS 'TYRANT' BUSH OVER KOSOVO

Who said Serbia has no Friends? With friends like these who needs America?


Havana, 12 June (AKI) - Cuba's leader Fidel Castro has issued a stern rebuke to United States president George W. Bush for remarks he made over the independence of breakaway Kosovo last Sunday during his visit to the Albanian capital, Tirana.

In a statement headed 'The Tyrant Visits Tirana' carried by the Cuban news agency, Castro slammed Bush for voicing support for Kosovo's independence "without the least respect for the interests of Serbia, Russia and the various European countries all sensitive to the fate of the province which was the scenario for the latest NATO war.""He lectured Serbia that it would receive economic aid if it would support the independence of Kosovo, the birthplace of that country’s culture. You can take it or you can leave it," the statement of the octogenarian Castro continued. Fiar use.

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