2014

Uruguay: US blockade to Cuba affects Peace in Latin America

URUGUAY,  November 10, 2014. The Government of Uruguay considers economic, commercial and financial blockade of the United States (US) against Cuba “affects peace and coexistence among the American nations.”
In a document released by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Uruguay, about the recent visit to Cuba Uruguayan Foreign Minister Luis Almagro, it is stated that the hostile policy of the US government “is contrary to international law, causes substantial and unjustifiable damage to welfare of the Cuban people, and affects peace and coexistence among the American nations. ”

The New York Times Admits US Interference in Cuba

UNITED STATES,  November 10, 2014. For the fifth time in a month, The New York Times published a long editorial on Cuba, in which it listed the countless destabilizing efforts by the United States to overthrow the Cuban government.

Venezuela condemns U.S. blockade of Cuba

VENEZUELA,  November 7, 2014.  First Vice President of Venezuela’s National Assembly (AN) Darío Vivas denounced the U.S. blockade against Cuba, an arbitrary policy imposed for over 50 years, but one which was destined to fail, he stated on November 5.

 Vivas met with the Cuban ambassador to Venezuela, Rogelio Polanco, presenting him with an agreement approved before the AN, which supports Cuba’s report submitted to the United Nations on the need to put an end to the U.S. blockade.

Correa Criticizes US for Ignoring Demands Against Blockade on Cuba

ECUADOR, November 7, 2014. President of Ecuador, Rafael Correa, criticized the United States for ignoring the demands of the international community to lift the unilateral blockade against Cuba for over 50 years.

Unfortunately there is no system of global justice (forcing it to comply with the resolutions) remarked the president, who called overwhelming the sentence received by the US sanctions against the Caribbean Island last week at the UN General Assembly.

US Religious leaders demand end of sanctions against Cuba

CUBA,  November 5, 2014.  It's necessary to advance in the dialogue between the United States and Cuba to achieve the normalization of the relations, expressed in this capital the president of the World Church Service, Reverend John McCullough.

In a press conference, accompanied by Reverend Gradye Parsons, fromthe Presbiterian Church of the United States, and Rabi Howard Sunny Shnitzer , McCullough assuered that they will continue with the efforts to achieve purpose.

Cubans and Yemenis celebrated Cuban victory held at the UN

YEMEN, November 3, 2014. Cuban residents in Sanaa and Yemeni graduates in Cuba celebrated, with the staff of the Cuban Embassy, the victory of the Cuban resolution demanding the end of the US blockade against our country, which was approved on 69 UNGA by 188 votes for and only 2 against. Participants tracked the journey at the UN by TeleSur broadcast live and they shared in an atmosphere of celebration.

Strong support to the end of United States blockade against Cuba impact on Pakistani media

PAKISTAN, November 3, 2014. In several of the most important newspapers, and media in general had impact the new regarding the categorical support by the General Assembly of the United Nations the Cuban resolution that condemns the economic and financial blockade imposed by the United States against Cuba.

Yemenis graduates in Cuba condemn US blockade against Cuba

YEMEN, November 1, 2014. The Association of Yemeni graduates in Cuba condemned the unjust blockade imposed by the United States against our country in the activity in Cuba Embassy in Sana’a occasion of the UN vote Cuban resolution demands the end of the blockade.

The Organization of Islamic Cooperation supported the Cuban resolution against the US blockade.

SAUDI ARABIA, October 30, 2014. The Saudi representative in the United Nations on behalf of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) rejected unilateral sanctions against Cuba and spoke in favor of ending the system of sanctions.

The diplomat said that the debate on this resolution has spanned many years, evidencing the interest of the international community to address this difficult issue.

Salvadorian students hold symbolic vote against the U.S. blockade

San Salvador, Oct 28. (PL) Students at the University of El Salvador held a symbolic vote this day against the economic, financial and commercial blockade imposed by the United States against Cuba for more than 50 years.

At the end of a keynote address by the Cuban ambassador to this country Iliana Fonseca in this center of higher education, the young students unanimously voted against the policy that came into effect on February 3, 1962 by decree of the president of the United States.

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