Liberian newspaper reproduces resolution of the African Union in condemnation of the US blockade of Cuba.

Monrovia, February 16, 2022. - Under the title "The African Union comes out in defense of Cuba", the Liberian newspaper "Daily Observer" published today an article denouncing the US blockade against the largest of the Antilles.

In its printed and digital edition, the popular newspaper of the African nation points out that the African Union (AU) has described as "illegal" the economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed by the United States on Cuba since the early 1960s, reaffirming its full support for the resolution of the United Nations General Assembly on the need to put an end to the blockade.

Daily Observer reproduces the resolution adopted by the African Union (AU) on the lifting of the economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed on the Republic of Cuba by the United States of America.

In the AU resolution, African leaders lamented the setback in bilateral relations between Cuba and the United States, reiterating calls on the U.S. government to lift the long-standing and "unjustifiable" economic, commercial and financial blockade maintained by the government and people of Cuba. Cuba has had experience for 60 years.

Likewise, the AU regretted the measures implemented by the US Government since November 9, 2017, which strengthen the blockade, expressing deep concern over the extension of the extraterritorial nature of the blockade, including the full implementation of Chapter III of the Helms Burton Act. paragraph 293 of the G-77 Ministerial Declaration of 2021, which consequently maintains the same language agreed in 2020.


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