The U.S. Embassy in Honduras has announced that any military or police action against the Brazilian Embassy will be considered an act of aggression against the United States. There has been a lot of criticism that the U.S. still has its Embassy in Honduras and has not moved to freeze Honduran assets. It is surely encouraging to the Honduran people to hear from the United States. (Hopefully the water and electricity will not be cut off to our Embassy)
In addition, Brazil and the United States are calling for a special meeting of the United Nations Security Council to discuss the Honduran situation.
On the other hand, the Black Congressional Caucus had invited Ricardo Alarcon, President of the Cuban Assembly to participate in their 39th Legislative Conference in Washington D.C. The State Department has issued a statement that they will not authorize his visa.