Cuba is not alone

Dominican reporters condemn inclusion of Cuba in US terrorism list

The president of the Dominican Union of Journalists for Peace, Juan Pablo Acosta, condemned this Thursday the inclusion of Cuba in the US unilateral list of countries that do not cooperate against terrorism.

Statement of Syrian-Cuban Parliamentary Friendship Committee

The Syrian-Cuban Parliamentary Friendship Committee issued on Wednesday a statement on the occasion of the 55th anniversary of deep-rooted historical relations between the two countries in the fight against imperialism.

Two groups from the Netherlands condemn Cuba's inclusion in US list

Political and social organizations headquartered in the Netherlands condemned on Monday Cuba's inclusion in the United States' unilateral list of countries not cooperating against terrorism, which they described as illegal and false.

Solidarity activists demand U.S. stop disinformation campaign

The National Network on Cuba (NNOC) has demanded that the U.S. government end its campaign of disinformation to justify its demonic treatment of the Caribbean island.

Demands in Serbia for end of US blockade against Cuba

The Serbian-Cuban Friendship Association joined the world clamor against the intensification of the blockade of the United States against Cuba at the time of Covid-19, and demanded the immediate end of this policy.

Solidarity activists demand U.S. stop disinformation campaign

The National Network on Cuba (NNOC) has demanded that the U.S. government end its campaign of disinformation to justify its demonic treatment of the Caribbean island.

NZ/Cuba Friendship Society asks Government to take a stand against blockade

Cuba Society published a statement emphasizing that, as the COVID-19 pandemic sweeps the planet, it is time for the New Zealand Government to actively support the UN’s call to the U.S. to urgently lift the blockade of Cuba, that is obstructing the country’s health care system’s ability to fight the COVID-19 crisis.

National Assembly of Thailand supports Cuba in the fight against the blockade

The President of the National Assembly of the Kingdom of Thailand and Speaker of the House of Representatives, H.E. Mr. Chuan Leekpai, received the Cuban ambassador to Thailand, Héctor Conde Almeida, in the framework of the 62 anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations.

Extraterritorial impact of the blockade is “contrary to international law” says UK Government

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The British government reiterated its opposition to the US blockade of Cuba in a reply to a parliamentary question on 18 May. Wendy Morton, Parliamentary Under-Secretary for the Foreign and Commonwealth Office said that US counterparts were “aware of our opposition to the embargo” and that the British government was “working actively with the Cuban Government” to “support UK companies wishing to do legitimate business with Cuba.”

International rejection of the US blockade and attacks against Cuba

More voices joined today demanding to end the US blockade against Cuba, showing the solidarity with the country of Jose Marti and Fidel Castro. From Mali, Cuban sports specialists on Monday expressed their rejection of the recent terrorist attack on the Cuban embassy in Washington and also demanded the lift of the commercial and financial US blockade against Cuba.

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