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SWAPO Vice President, Namibian Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister condemns aggressions against Cuba.

SWAPO Vice President, Namibian Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister condemns aggressions against Cuba.

Namibia, July 8th, 2022. – Hon. Mrs. Netumbo Nandi-Ndaitwah, vice president of SWAPO, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of International Relations and Cooperation of Namibia, called for the lifting of the economic, commercial and financial blockade of the United States against Cuba, during the annual meeting with the Diplomatic Corps accredited in this African country.

President Diaz-Canel remarks to the Cuban civil society excluded from the Summit of the Americas.

Havana, June 8. President Miguel Díaz-Canel, meeting with Cubans excluded from the so-called Summit of the Americas, quoted Martí and said: “When a strong nation wants to fight a battle with another, it demands allegiance and service from those nations dependent upon it. The first thing a nation does to dominate another is to separate it from other nations.”

Statement of the Government of Cuba on the Summit of the Americas.

Havana June 6. The Revolutionary Government of Cuba issued a statement entitled "Summit of the Americas: Imperialist Domination and Exclusion" in which it denounces that the United States government, abusing the privilege granted by its status as the host country, decided in advance to exclude Cuba, Venezuela, and Nicaragua from the 9th Summit of the Americas, and refused to meet the just demands of numerous governments to change this discriminatory and unacceptable position.

Cuba reiterates complaint about its exclusion by the United States from the Summit of the Americas.

Havana, May 13. Foreign Minister Bruno Rodríguez reiterated Cuba's complaint about its exclusion, by the United States, from the Summit of the Americas to be held in Los Angeles from June 8 to 10.

The Cuban foreign minister thought that with such a decision the White House eliminates the possibility of discussing important issues in the bilateral and regional relationships, such as migration.

Several heads of government in the region have spoken out against such exclusion and have announced that they will not attend the event if it continues.

 

On the eve of May Day, organization in solidarity with Cuba in Ireland launches a campaign to send equipment and medicines to the Cuban health system, amid the intensification of the Yankee blockade.

Dublin, May 1, 2022: The Irish organization "Cuban Solidarity Forum of Ireland" (CSFI) launched an aid campaign with health equipment and medicines for the Cuban health system, which suffers the consequences of the pandemic and the intensification of the criminal economic, commercial and financial blockade that the United States maintains against the Island for more than 60 years.

Communist Party issues declaration of support for Cuba.

Wellington, November 16. The Communist Party of Aotearoa (Te Nuku Mauī CPA) issued a declaration of support for Cuba, the text of which reads: “Te Nuku Mauī CPA congratulates Cuba as it opens up after a successful campaign against the coronavirus that has seen it become the only country to vaccinate all its citizens using domestically developed COVID-19 vaccines.

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