Namibia Cuba Friendship Association has welcomed the good news of the total reopening of the Cuban borders and we join our Cuban friends in celebrating the successes of the Cuban Scientist, those that have developed three vaccines, while other two vaccines are candidates against the novel coronavirus. 79.1% of the Cuban population have been fully vaccinated while 88.6% has received their first doses. Cuba is the first country of the world, which has started a vaccination campaign among children over two years of age.
Despite the difficult situation, provoked by the combination of the Covid-19 Pandemic, the accumulated impact of 60 years of economic, financial and economic blockade of United States and the 243 new measures for its reinforcement implemented by Trump´s Administration, which are still in place, Cuba is growing stronger and stronger.
All these successes are not well received by the US Imperialists. They are organizing the Cuban counterrevolutionaries inside and outside the country to march on the 15 November 2021 amongst other evil planned activities. Their aim is to destabilize and spoil the effort of normalization of the Cuban livelihood, the total reopening of all activities in the country. Worth mentioning is the reopening of schools, reopening of all borders for international travelers and tourists.
Namibia Cuba Friendship Association continue to denounce in the strongest terms the acts of violence that are promoted and carried out by criminal elements against Cuba.
We call for an immediate end of the US blockade against Cuba.
NAMCUFA reaffirms its solidarity with the revolutionary people of Cuba.
We urge all the peace loving people of the world to stand together and call for the immediate lifting of the economic, commercial and financial blockade of the United States, which is the main obstacle to the development and well-being of the Cuban people.
Cuba will always emerge victorious.
Viva the friendship between Namibia and Cuba.
Cde, Cecilia Muzile on behalf of Namibia Cuba Friendship Association.