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The Ambassador of Cuba to Malaysia denounces effects of the blockade

KUALA LUMPUR, September 28th, 2016.- In an exclusive live interview with the radio station, Traxx FM, the Ambassador of Cuba to Malaysia, Ibete Fernandez explained about the economic impact it has had on Cubathe blockade imposed by the United States.

The Ambassador announced that the persistence of the blockade prevents Cuba to have normal trade relations, not only with the US but with other countries, due to the deterrent and punitive purposes of this policy.

The blockade of Cuba is a policy from the past and must cease

MALAYSIA, September 27th, 2016.- Ambassador of Cuba to Malaysia, Ibete Fernández, introduced to the Malaysian media the report of Cuba against the blockade, at the headquarters of the embassy.

In her presentation she pointed out the negative effects of this policy and its extraterritorial scope that prevents normal trade relations not only with the US but with all countries in the world interested in trading with Cuba, including Malaysia.

As long as the blockade persists, Cuba will maintain the strong claim to end it

IRAN, September 27th, 2016 - With the support of Iranian friends of solidarity, particularly the House of Latin America (HOLA), the Embassy of Cuba in Tehran held a press conference with media to denounce once again the US blockade against the Island for more than five decades, and to announce by the twenty-fifth consecutive time the presentation of a draft resolution at the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) to demand an end to this unfair policy.

TNT Express suspends mail services to the Embassy of Cuba in Austria

TNT ignores the current antidote regulations in Austria and the European Union and applies extra-territorial American blockade measures to Cuba.

Importance of the elimination of the US blockade against was highlighted in Bahamas

THE BAHAMAS, March 21, 2016.- The Ambassador of Cuba to The Bahamas, Ismara Vargas Walter, was invited to the radio show "Connected" the Guardian Radio station 96.9, and hosted by journalist Lester Cox.

Seven questions about the blockade

1.    What’s the meaning of embargo?

It is a wartime order or proclaim, issued by a State. Legal actions of retaining goods to ensure the compliance of legally contracted obligations. It can be a preventative measure involving ownership which is authorized by a judge or court, with the same purpose of complying with the debtor his or her obligations with the creditor. 

Chancellor #Cuba: What’s wrong with the civil freedom of US citizens?

- Questions by Foreign Affairs Minister Bruno Rodríguez Parrilla to the US government in statements to the press, last March 17.

On March 15, the US Departments of Treasury and Trade issued new regulations modifying the application of some aspects of the blockade of the United States against Cuba.

Chancellor #Cuba: Ban on Cuban imports keeps on in the US

CUBA, March 19, 2016. Cuba’s Foreign Affairs Ministry Bruno Rodríguez Parrilla stated in a press conference that the ban on Cuban imports remains in the United States, including medications and biotechnological products. Therefore, the limited bilateral trade away from international regulations, about free navigation, on discriminatory basis, but operating today in a very limited fashion, keeps being unidirectional.