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Embacuba Liberia staff condemns the blockade on the 60th anniversary of the officialization of this policy of economic siege.

Monrovia, February 3, 2021.- The Cuban Embassy in Liberia reiterates its condemnation of the blockade, on a day like today, which marks 60 years since then U.S. President John F. Kennedy signed the official blockade against Cuba and its people.

This failed Cold War policy still constitutes the longest and most comprehensive economic, commercial and financial siege against any country.

Liberia-Cuba Friendship Group reiterates condemnation of blockade to Cuba.

Monrovia, January 17, 2022 - Once again the Liberia-Cuba friendship group condemns the economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed by the United States on our country. This time it does so through social networks by participating in the virtual event Solidarity against the Blockade, organized by the Institute of Friendship with the Peoples.

Liberian newspaper publishes extensive article on the presentation today of the Cuban resolution against the U.S. blockade.

Monrovia, June 23, 2021 - The "Daily Observer" newspaper, one of the most widely read Liberian newspapers in the country, published an extensive and positive article on the vote that will take place today at the United Nations on the Cuban Resolution against the U.S. Blockade.

The article develops the topic based on an interview made yesterday to the head of the Cuban Mission in that West African country Mercedes L. Martinez Herrera where she exposed the losses caused to her country and the damages caused to the Cuban people.

Head of the Cuban Mission in Liberia offers statements on the effects of the blockade on Cuba.

Monrovia, June 22, 2021 - A few hours before the vote at the United Nations, the Cuban Head of Mission in Liberia Mercedes L. Martínez Herrera made statements to friends of Cuba and the media condemning and repudiating the U.S. blockade of the largest of the Antilles.

The Cuban diplomat explained the arguments of the denunciation against the blockade that the Cuban government will present tomorrow before the United Nations General Assembly.

Just hours before the UNGA vote, Liberia-Cuba friendship group issues statement condemning the blockade against the island.

Monrovia, June 21, 2021 - As a sign of the solidarity that unites them with the Cuban people, members of the Liberia-Cuba friendship group sent a statement condemning the economic and commercial blockade of the United States against Cuba.

They underline in their letter that the blockade contradicts the basic principles of international dialogue and the tendencies towards the formation of a multipolar world, which should be based on the equality and sovereignty of the peoples.

Cuban Head of mission participates as jury of the Slum Pitch Festival of Monrovia.

Monrovia, May 31 2021 - Invited by the Angie Brooks International Center, the Cuban head of mission Mercedes L. Martínez Herrera participated as a judge in the Slum Pitch Festival in which 12 communities of the capital district of Montserrado took part.

Before the competition began, the Cuban diplomat spoke about the social integration of Cuban youth and the work of social workers in Cuba, a speech that was very well received by the young Liberians eager to learn about the Cuban reality.

Liberia actively rejects the US blockade against Cuba.

Monrovia, May 29, 2021 - Members of the Liberia-Cuba solidarity group were protagonists, this morning, of a caravan for the lifting of the economic, commercial and financial sanctions and other restrictions that affect Cuban families inside and outside the island.

As part of the Unblock Cuba campaign, the Liberia-Cuba Friendship Association organized a small caravan that started at 10:00 local time and traveled from VOA Community, RIA Highway, Paynesville to Congotown.

Cuban Head of Mission in Liberia condemns blockade in meeting with Liberian graduates.

Monrovia, May 27, 2021.- In a meeting held with Liberian graduates, the Cuban Head of Mission in this West African country, Mercedes L. Martínez Herrera, referred to the main elements that have characterized the criminal policy of the blockade against our country, which goes far beyond the well-known coercive measures and economic sanctions applied by the US against third countries.

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