Cuba denounces

Cuba Calls Helms-Burton Act an Obstacle in Ties with United States

The Helms-Burton Act represents a strong obstacle to any attempt to improve relations between Cuba and the United States, warned a high-ranking official of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs during a parliamentary session on Thursday.

Cuba denounces impact of US Blockade at UNESCO

Cuba's representative before the UNESCO Executive Council, Oscar Leon, denounced the economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed by the United States. According to a communiqué, the Cuban official pointed out that it is 'the most unfair, severe and longest system of unilateral sanctions that has been enforced on any country'.

Why Trump breaks Cuba-US baseball agreement?

Trump's argument is that the December agreement violates blockade laws, because the Cuban Baseball Federation (FCB) is a government entity. He is lying, as he has done in his long career of fake news. The FCB is recognized as a national federation by all international sports organizations, not as a representative of the Cuban government.

President Díaz-Canel: People in Cuba and US Reject end of deal with MLB

President Miguel Diaz-Canel said Tuesday that people in Cuba and the United States reject the cancelation by US President Donald Trump of an agreement struck last December between the Cuban Baseball Federation and the Major Leagues (MLB).

Cuba rejects US Government Blackmail

Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez rejected the actions by US National Security adviser John Bolton, who seeks to intensify his country''s hostile policy toward Cuba. The Cuban diplomat posted on Twitter that Bolton takes up the infamous Memorandum drafted by U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Lester Mallory and surpasses it in brutality, monroism and McCarthyism. Cuba rejects the blackmail.

Cuba Rejects New US Announcement on the Helms-Burton Act

Bruno Rodriguez Parrilla, minister of Foreign Affairs of Cuba, rejected the announcement of Mike Pompeo, U.S. Secretary of State, on the two-week postponement of the application of the Title III of the Helms-Burton Act.

Remarks by Carlos Fernández de Cossío, director general of United States affairs at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Cuba, on the Helms-Burton Act

It’s a law that follows several aims. One of them is to strangulate the Cuban economy by attempting to take the US economic blockade and making it an international blockade. In other words, coercing other governments to also apply sanctions and an economic blockade against Cuba.

US Seeks Excuses to Intensify Blockade against Cuba

Washington insists on using the term attacks for the alleged health problems experienced by its diplomats, a position that Havana frames in the interest of the current administration in the White House in reversing the steps taken toward improving relations by previous administration of Barack Obama.

Helms-Burton Act meant to re-colonize Cuba

This law is more interventionist that the Platt Amendment of 1901 and the Reciprocity Treaty Cuba was forced to sign to be granted fictitious independence, at the beginning of the 20th century.

US Blockade Hurts Cuban Diplomats in Japan

JAPAN, Nov 14, 2018.- Japanese media on Wednesday reported the refusal of a Hilton-chain hotel to house Cuban diplomats under the pretext of being official representatives of a nation subject to sanctions by the United States.


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