Cuba is not alone

Liberian newspaper The New Dawn publishes article on Cuba's fight against blockade

LIBERIA, October 24, 2017.- In its Tuesday edition, in the section titled "More Headlines News" the Liberian newspaper The New Dawn published the article "Cuban Embassy here wants U.S blockade lifting". The libel is based on information transmitted the previous day at a press conference by the Chargé d'Affaires of Cuba in Liberia, Yordenis Despaigne Vera, on the economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed for more than fifty years, unilaterally, by the government of the United States against Cuba.

Delegation of ESBECAN back in Ghana reiterates its rejection of the blockade and ratifies its admiration for Fidel

GHANA, 20th October, 2017.- The Ambassador of Cuba, Pedro Luis Despaigne Gonzalez, received at the "Kotoka" International Airport in Accra the delegation of the Association of Ghana Graduates in Cuba (ESBECAN), which participated in the activities for the 40th Anniversary of the "Internationalist Training Program" on the Isle of Youth.

Students from the University of the Philippines speak out on the end of the blockade

PHILIPPINES, October 19, 2017.- Students from the Party for equality and advancement of Knowledge of the Polytechnic University of the Philippines signed a declaration of support for Cuba against the blockade and expressed their commitment to support the demands of our country against of this unjust policy.

Jamaicans in solidarity with Cuba condemn United States Blockade

JAMAICA, October 18th, 2017.- The Association of Friendship Jamaica-Cuba, through its president, Dr. Lorenzo Gordon, issued a statement demanding the unconditional end of blockade against Cuba, who’s archaic retention constitutes an arrogant rejection to the International Law, a systematic violation of the Human Rights of the Cuban people and an act of genocide under the United Nations Convention for the Prevention and Punishment of Crime of Genocide of 1948.

The Philippines ratifies its traditional support for the Cuban cause against the blockade

PHILIPPINES, October 17, 12017.- The Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs for Political Affairs of Philippines, Ambassador Enrique Manalo, expressed his country's opposition to the economic, financial and commercial blockade of the United States and acknowledged the negative effects that this causes to the development of commercial relations between Cuba and the rest of the world.

The Bahamas reiterates its support to Cuba against the blockade

THE BAHAMAS, October 12, 2017.- The Director General of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of The Bahamas, Sharon Brennen-Haylock, received the Ambassador of Cuba to The Bahamas, Ismara Vargas Walter, at the Ministry’s headquarters.

Chancellor of Guyana ratifies support for the lifting of the blockade of Cuba

GUYANA, October 11th, 2017. The Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Cooperative Republic of Guyana, and Second Vice-President, Carl Barrington Greenidge, received at the Foreign Ministry headquarters Cuban Ambassador Julio César González Marchante, where they discussed issues of common interest to both nations.

U.S. blockade overwhelmingly rejected at United Nations

THE UNITED NATIONS, september 27, 2017.- Although the world is currently facing many challenges - climate change, earthquakes, hurricanes, pandemics, and the threat of nuclear war - rejection of the United States economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed on Cuba was heard loud and clear in the high level segment of the UN General Assembly, which concluded September 25.

Minister of Foreign Affairs of Jamaica denounces unjust policy of blockade against Cuba

JAMAICA, September 25th, 2017.- Jamaica joined the voice of tens of countries that denounced and condemned, at United Nations, the criminal policy of blockade imposed by the United States against Cuba during almost 60 years.

Regional leaders call for an end to the U.S. blockade at the UN

THE UNITED NATIONS, September 21, 2017.– The call for an end to the economic, financial and commercial blockade imposed on Cuba by the United States was heard in the 72nd Regular Session of the UN General Assembly, whose General Debate opened on Tuesday, September 19.
According to PL, Bolivian President Evo Morales described the blockade, in force for over 55 years, as an unjust and failed policy, adding that the U.S. must not only lift it, but also compensate Cuba for the damages caused its people, and return the territory illegally occupied by the Guantánamo Naval Base.

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