"Interference is a threat to peace. You should not try to interrupt the government that is right now in Nicaragua, what is needed is to promote dialogue, " Barrow said in statements to Cuban national television.
The Belizean Prime Minister ended the visit to Cuba on Friday, where he met with the Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel on Tuesday, and carried out other meetings with Cuban officials.
Borrow arrived in Cuba on Tuesday to strengthen relations between the two Caribbean countries, and to discuss important issues in the region, he stated.
When asked about the attempts to destabilize the Bolivarian Revolution in Venezuela, Borrow stated his reject to these attempts which above all want to dismantle the government of PresidentNicolas Maduro.
Dean Oliver Barrow presented an homage to the historic Cuban national hero Jose Marti in the Memorial place with that has the name of the independent hero. Borrow will leave Cuba on Saturday, the country where he went in order to get closer bilateral relations.