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Walks Out of OAS Meeting: Cuba's defiant walkout
from the OAS foreign ministers' meeting onugust further isolates the Castro regime from other hemisphere nations aod emphasizes to then that the Cuban Governmont has rejected the inter-American system in favor of greater dependence on support from the Sino-Soviet bloc.
Cuban Foreign Minister Roa, whose position was based on the alleged "imminent threat" of US military intervention, hinted that Cuba may take its case back to the UN Security Council. Bis speeches clearly implied that the Castrocontinues to regard itself as the vanguard of "the anti-imperialist revolution" that wili_eventually sweep thecontinent.
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