Washington: Cuba, Venezuela not helping in war on terrorism

April 29, 2006

Miami Herald- Pablo Bachelet

WASHINGTON - The State Department on Friday blasted Venezuela and Cuba for doing little in the war on terrorism and criticized Havana for refusing to hand over U.S. fugitives even as it made demands on anti-Castro activist Luis Posada Carriles and five Cuban agents held in the United States.

'Cuba remained a state sponsor of terrorism, while Venezuela virtually ceased its cooperation in the global war on terror, tolerating terrorists in its territory and seeking closer relations with Cuba and Iran,' according to the State Department's 2005 Country Reports on Terrorism.


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