US expels two Cuban diplomats at the UN on charges of undermining national security

UNITED STATES, WASHINGTON (OBSERVATORY) — The US is expelling two Cuban diplomats to the UN on charges of undermining national security, the State Department said.

The United States expels two members of the representation of Cuba to the UN, announced Thursday, September 19 the US State Department.

According to the State Department, the two diplomats engaged in activities “undermining the national security of the United States.”


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