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Ariel Ruiz Urquiola declares a hunger and thirst strike in front of the UN

Cuban scientist Ariel Ruiz Urquiola declared a hunger and thirst strike this Monday in front of the Wilson Palace, headquarters of the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights in Geneva, Switzerland, to demand the intervention of the entity before the recent ban by the Cuban regime to enter the island to his sister, the activist Omara Ruiz Urquiola.

Before starting the strike, the biologist presented a document to the UN with a series of demands related fundamentally to the situation of Omara Ruiz Urquiola, who had traveled to the United States to receive cancer treatment.

The member of the Madrid resistance, Beluka Calderón, a personal friend of Ariel Ruiz Urquiola, in statements stressed that “Ariel made this decision to stand up because he does not know any other way to make the United Nations react, which is what it is for, to attend to the citizens of the whole world and ensure that respect for human rights is fulfilled, which has not been fulfilled with him”.

Calderón recalled that two years ago Ariel Ruiz Urquiola “stood before the UN so that they would attend to his complaint related to the HIV virus, which was inoculated by the regime.”

“Two years later he still hasn’t received that answer and this, together with his sister’s situation, is the reason why he is on strike. He wants to make the whole world see that his sister has every right to return. He has no legal status in the United States. The UN and the European institutions that do not pay attention to Ariel will be as responsible for his death as the Cuban dictatorship, ”Beluka Calderón told this medium.

“We must insist that European officials do their job. The hunger strike will lead to the deterioration of his health and it is the responsibility of the United Nations for not attending to his claims, for not representing human rights, at least not those of Cubans,” she added.

Dr. Emilio Arteaga Pérez, of the Free Cuban Medical Guild, who has been treating the biologist due to his state of health, pointed out the danger that this strike represents for his life.

Arteaga also stressed that the activist is in a perfect state of mental health, anticipating that the Cuban regime will claim otherwise to discredit him.

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José Martí
José Martí
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