U.N. again denounces U.S. blockade of Cuba; Biden administration maintains Trump stance
The United Nations General Assembly on June 23 overwhelmingly approved a Cuban resolution condemning the U.S. economic, commercial, and financial blockade of Cuba, in place for 60 years. The Assembly has done precisely that every year since 1992, ...
The blockade asphyxiates and kills, just like the virus, and must end!
Your Excellencies Permanent Representatives; In 2020, Cuba, like the rest of the world, was faced with the singular challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic. The U.S. administration took on the virus as an ally in its merciless non-conventional...
By Angel Guerra Cabrera on June 18, 2021 The fondness of the rulers of the United States for the use of lies to justify their actions in the world, constituting, as a general rule, flagrant violations of international law and elementary humanist...
Coronavirus: efficacy of Cuban formulas opens hope for first Latin American vaccine
The preliminary results of the third and final stage of testing of the Soberana 02 and Abdala vaccine candidates were released between Saturday and Monday, unleashing euphoria in Cuba, which has bet everything on its own vaccines by not entering...
Declaration by Cuban Alumni Association of South Africa – CAASA on the USA Economic Blockade against Cuba
We the graduates of Cuba constituted mostly by doctors, health sector professionals and other professions such as engineering, economics, the military, education and others, hereby condemn the injustice, inhumane and evil economic blockade...
Last Wednesday, after the UN General Asembly vote of 184 v. 2 to condemn the U.S. sanctions, IFCO rallied and gathered with all those in New York who are committed to fighting the cruel and unjust blockade against Cuba. We must all continue to do the work and fight the rhetoric and misinformation of the US media, and bring the gift that Cuba is the world to light.
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