Cuban diplomats receive copy of a resolution that demands the end of the blockade

A copy of a resolution demanding the end of the blockade against Cuba was received by Cuban diplomats to the UN from representatives of the City Council of the US city of Hartford, capital of Connecticut, according to what was reported in Prensa Latina.

The document asks President Joe Biden to end Washington's economic, commercial and financial siege against Cuba and normalize relations between the two countries, said José Oro, member of the board of directors of the Global Anti-Blockade Movement (NEMO).

The text, as indicated by Oro on his Facebook account, was delivered to the permanent representative of Havana to the United Nations, Pedro Luis Pedroso, the ambassador Yuri Gala, the minister counselor Roberto Hernández and the second secretary Ernesto Sierra.

The representatives of the Caribbean nation, reports Prensa Latina, toured the state of Connecticut at the end of last week to exchange with residents about the reality of the Island and promote bilateral ties.

The Connecticut capital city Council passed the resolution last July, which NEMO saw as a very important step toward ending a hostile policy that has negatively impacted both peoples for more than six decades.

Source: Granma

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