Cuba is not alone

Voices worldwide condemn enforcement of Helms-Burton Act

Several voices and organizations worldwide joined the rejection of the activation of Titles III and IV of the Helms-Burton Act against Cuba by the Government of the United States on May 2.

Solidarity group reiterates support for Cuba at LASA meeting in US

The National Network of Solidarity with Cuba (NNOC) in the United States has reiterated its support in the congress of the Latin American Studies Association (LASA). Nalda Vigezzi, co-director of the coalition of groups that defend the end to the Washington-imposed blockade of Cuba for almost 60 years.

A multitude of voices against the Helms-Burton Act

More than 400 global figures have signed a statement denouncing the United States’ activation of Title III of the Helms-Burton Act against Cuba

Cambodians reject Helms-Burton Act against Cuba

 The Association of Cambodian Graduates of Cuba rejected US threats, sanctions and aggressiveness following the activation of Title III of the Helms-Burton Act.In a letter addressed to the president of the Cuban Institute of Friendship with the Peoples, Fernando Gonzalez Llort, the signatories expressed their solidarity with Cuba.

US Democratic presidential candidate supports ending blockade on Cuba

Democratic senator and presidential hopeful Amy Klobuchar reiterated her support for the lifting of the almost 60-year-old economic, commercial and financial blockade that the United States government is currently reinforcing even more against Cuba.

Swiss-Cuban Chamber of Commerce condemns Helms-Burton Act

Swiss-Cuban Chamber of Commerce and Industry condemned the activation of Title III of the Helms-Burton Act by the US government, stressing that it has a marked extraterritorial nature. In a statement, the organization reminds that such law is rejected by the international community, especially by the European Union and Canada.

Brazilian Workers Condemn Blockade against Cuba, Helms-Burton Act

Brazil's Confederation of Workers (CUT) condemned the worsening of the U.S. blockade against Cuba and the activation of Title III of Helms-Burton Act against the Caribbean nation. 'That chapter of the American legislation insults the Latin American workers and peoples', Yuri Soares, Secretary for Social Policy at CUT, told Prensa Latina.

Congressman James McGovern: Cuba and U.S. can have normal relations

In times when the US Government keeps strengthening its hostile policy against Cuba, a US congressman visited Havana and stated that normal relations are possible for the two countries. 'That's what most of the US public thinks and representatives of congress too,' Democrat Representative for Massachusetts James McGovern asserted during his recent visit to Havana. The Havana Reporter during a visit to Havana in late March.

Growing rejection to US blockade against Cuba in Argentina

The rejection of US new pressures against Cuba to intensify the economic, commercial and financial blockade, grew in the voice of Argentine personalities and political organizations. From Nobel Peace Prize Adolfo Perez Esquivel to the solidarity movement, Argentine youngsters graduated in Cuba and political groups, express rejection to the unilateral and extraterritorial measure. 

 

Helms-Burton Act Title III Activation Condemned in Haiti

The Association of Cubans Residing in Haiti (ACRH) condemned the activation of Title III of the Helms-Burton Act and denounced U.S. interference and annexationist attempts against the island.

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