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MEDIA ADVISORY: Rubio To Deliver Remarks At Inauguration Of Cuban Memorial Monument In Miami

Feb 21, 2014 | Press Releases

Washington, D.C. On Saturday, February 22, U.S. Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) will deliver remarks at a Miami event inaugurating the Cuban Memorial Monument on Florida International University south campus grounds.

Rubio’s remarks will honor the victims of the Castro regime in Cuba and highlight the challenges facing today’s pro-democracy advocates on the island.

Rubio will also make an aggressive defense of global human rights as a priority objective of U.S. foreign policy, as despotic governments commit heinous crimes against people in Cuba as well as Venezuela, Ukraine and North Korea, among other places.

The following event is open to the media:

Saturday, February 22, 2014
Senator Rubio To Deliver Remarks At Inauguration Of Cuban Memorial Monument
Event begins at 6:00pm
Florida International University – South Campus Entrance at SW 112 Avenue and Coral Way Miami, FL

Note: If traveling on Coral Way, turn north on SW 112th Avenue into Tamiami Park and the entrance of the Miami-Dade Youth Fairgrounds. The monument will be visible from the entrance.