President Biden on Monday praised Cuban protesters for issuing a “clarion call for freedom and relief” in historic Sunday protests, calling on the Cuban authorities to permit for peaceable protests.

Biden’s assertion follows allegations from Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel that the United States is funding the demonstrators.

“We stand with the Cuban people and their clarion call for freedom and relief from the tragic grip of the pandemic and from the decades of repression and economic suffering to which they have been subjected by Cuba’s authoritarian regime,” Biden talked about.

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“The Cuban people are bravely asserting fundamental and universal rights,” the president continued, along with that these rights, “including the right of peaceful protest and the right to freely determine their own future, must be respected.” 

“The United States calls on the Cuban regime to hear their people and serve their needs at this vital moment rather than enriching themselves,” Biden talked about. 

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Protesters demanded freedom and are calling for the disbandment of the nation’s communist dictatorship in consequence of the nation goes by its worst financial disaster in a really very long time, together with a resurgence of coronavirus circumstances.

Jake Sullivan, the White House nationwide safety adviser, took to Twitter to say the “U.S. supports freedom of expression and assembly across Cuba, and would strongly condemn any violence or targeting of peaceful protesters who are exercising their universal rights.”

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But Díaz-Canel blamed the U.S. for the protests, claiming the American authorities has not solely restricted Cuba’s entry to things nonetheless in addition to paid of us to protest. 

Diaz-Canal talked about protesters are a “counterrevolutionary, mercenary” group paid by the U.S. authorities to “assemble these types of demonstrations.”

“The moment that we have to focus on is how to attend to what is problematic, how to achieve financial capacity,” Diaz-Canal talked about in a video clip posted to Twitter.

“We are calling on all the revolutionaries in the country, all the Communists, to hit the streets wherever there is an effort to produce these provocations,” Diaz-Canel talked about on Sunday, in keeping with Reuters.

Fox News’ Eddie DeMarche and The Associated Press contributed to this report.