Cuba is not alone

US Blockade of Cuba Condemned in Bolivia

BOLIVIA, Oct 19, 2018.- Bolivian Minister of Communication Gisela Lopez condemned the economic, financial and commercial blockade imposed by the United States on Cuba for more than half a century.

U.S. Companies will Participate in Trade Fair FIHAV Despite Blockade

CUBA, Oct 19, 2018.- United States companies will participate in the 36th International Havana Fair (Fihav 2018) -starting on October 29-, despite the strengthening of the blockade on Cuba by the present U.S. administration, according to organizers of the event.

Deployment against US blockade on Danish streets

DENMARK, October 17, 2018.- On October 17, more than 500 leaflets on the history of the US blockade against Cuba and its impact were distributed on the streets of several cities in Denmark. Likewise, copies of the letter of the Danish-Cuban Association of Friendship sent to the US President Donald Trump, calling for the end of that genocidal policy, were also disseminated.

Ecuadorian Students, Graduates in Cuba Demand End of Blockade

ECUADOR, Oct 17, 2018.- The ''Eloy Alfaro'' Plurinational Association of Ecuadorian Students and Graduates in Cuba demanded on Tuesday, from this South American country, the end of the U.S. economic, financial and commercial blockade against the Caribbean nation.

Association of Friendship Liberia-Cuba unites its voice to the world rejecting the policy of blockade

LIBERIA, October 16, 2018.- Within the framework of the press conference convened by the Cuban diplomatic headquarters to present the Report of Cuba to Resolution 72/4 that demands the ending of the economic, commercial and financial blockade against Cuba imposed by United States, the young graduate in Cuba William Wesseh, member of the Executive of the Association of Friendship Liberia-Cuba, read a statement of his organization in solidarity with the fatherland of Martí.

Charge d'Affairs of Cuba denounces blockade policy before the Liberian press

LIBERIA, October 16th, 2018.- In the presence of a dozen national media with various spectra (radio, printed press and television), the Chargé d'Affairs of Cuba in Liberia, Yordenis Despaigne Vera, defended the right of Cuba to demand at the General Assembly of the United Nations, next October 31st the definitive, unconditional and unilateral lifting of the policy of economic, commercial and financial blockade of the United States government against Cuba.

Cuba Friendship Association condemns the US blockade against Cuba

MONGOLIA, October 16, 2018.- The President of the Mongolian Friendship Association - Cuba, Mr. Khamba Lama Dr. Ch. Dambajav held a meeting this morning with the Cuban Ambassador Raúl Delgado Concepción where the Cuban ambassador was able to offer an update on the new Draft Resolution against the criminal blockade that the United States of America maintains against the island, which has been presented as every year since 1992 and which will be proposed for a vote at the UN on October 31st.

French Senators Demand End of US Blockade to Cuba

PARIS, Oct 15, 2018.- The France-Caribbean Inter-Parliamentary Friendship Group in the Senate sent a letter to the President of the Senate and Vice President of the United States, Mike Pence, to demand the end of the U.S. blockade against Cuba, diplomatic sources reported on Monday.

Deputy Speaker of the Danish Parliament expresses his support to Cuba in its struggle against blockade

DENMARK, October 12, 2018.- The Cuban ambassador in Denmark, Yiliam Gómez Sardiñas, held a meeting with the Deputy speaker and member of the Presidium of the Danish Parliament Christian Juhl, who conveyed his support to Cuba in the struggle against the illegal blockade imposed by the United States government.

Nobel Prize Perez Esquivel Sends Letter to UN Criticizing US Blockade

''As long as the United States continues attacking the Cuban people as if the Cold War continued, it will be attacking the right of all peoples to peace, sovereignty and development,'' Nobel Prize winner Adolfo Perez Esquivel stressed in Buenos Aires.

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