Religious leaders urge US president Biden to end embargo against the Cuban people

In a 15 October letter to US president Joe Biden, leaders from the World Council of Churches, ACT Alliance, Council of Churches in Cuba, and other faith-based groups urged an end to nearly 60 years of embargo against the Cuban people, who are facing an appalling humanitarian situation.


The New York Times: Biden takes hard line on Cuba

Washington, Aug 10 (Prensa Latina) Joe Biden's presidency raised expectations about a change in US policy towards Cuba, but until today he implemented a tougher line than his predecessor, Donald Trump, the New York Times reported.

According to the newspaper article entitled 'It is disappointing: Cubans criticize Biden's strategy', the Democrat's mandate pointed, for many, to a return to the time of Barack Obama (in his last stage).