Related Rule
Cuba
Practice Relating to Rule 14. Proportionality in Attack
The Report on the Practice of Cuba states that the principle of proportionality has been applied “in relation to armaments and the means of combat, taking into account the humanitarian principle enshrined in Cuban military doctrine”. The report cites the actions resulting from the Bay of Pigs invasion as an illustration of this point. 
Report on the Practice of Cuba, 1998, Chapter 1.5.
In 2011, in a statement during the general debate of the United Nations Disarmament Commission, the ambassador and deputy permanent representative of Cuba stated that “unjustifiable wars continue to be waged, like the one occurring in Libya today, which are never the solution and always cause thousands of civilian deaths, astoundingly called ‘collateral damage’”. 
Cuba, Statement by the ambassador and deputy permanent representative of Cuba during the general debate of the United Nations Disarmament Commission, 5 April 2011, p. 1.
In 2011, in a statement during the meeting of the Group of Governmental Experts on the Convention on Cluster Munitions, the delegation of Cuba stated that “unjustifiable wars continue to be waged, like the one occurring in Libya today, which are never the solution and always cause thousands of civilian deaths, astoundingly called ‘collateral damage’”. 
Cuba, Statement by the delegation of Cuba during the meeting of the Group of Governmental Experts on the Convention on Cluster Munitions, 22 August 2011, p. 2.