Cuba Goes To UNGA To Lift Blockade Still In Force Despite Renewed Ties With US

The blockade vs Cuba

KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 27 (Bernama) -- Cuba intends to present a resolution before the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) next month against the blockade imposed by the US, which still remained in place, despite renewed diplomatic ties more than a year ago.

Cuban Ambassador to Malaysia, Ibete Fernandez Hernandez, said at a press conference that the resolution titled "Necessity of Ending The Economic, Commercial and Financial Embargo Imposed by the United States Against Cuba" will be brought before the 71st Session of the UNGA on Oct 26.

The Ambassador of Cuba to Malaysia denounces effects of the blockade

The blockade of Cuba

Kuala Lumpur, September 28- In an exclusive live interview with the radio station, TraXX FM, the Ambassador of Cuba to Malaysia, Ibete Fernandez explained about the economic impact it has had on Cubathe blockade imposed by the United States.

The Ambassador announced that the persistence of the blockade prevents Cuba to have normal trade relations, not only with the US but with other countries, due to the deterrent and punitive purposes of this policy.

As long as the blockade persists, Cuba will maintain the strong claim to end it

With the support of Iranian friends from solidarity organizations, particularly the House of Latin America (HOLA), the Embassy of Cuba in Tehran held a press conference with media to denounce once again the US blockade imposed on the Island for more than five decades, and to announce the presentation of a draft resolution at the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) by the twenty-fifth consecutive time to demand an end to this unfair policy.

 

The blockade of Cuba is a policy from the past and must cease

The blockade of Cuba

Kuala Lumpur, September27 - Ambassador of Cuba to Malaysia, IbeteFernández, introduced to the Malaysian media the report of Cuba against the blockade, at the headquarters of the embassy.

In her presentation she pointed out the negative effects of this policy and its extraterritorial scope that prevents normal trade relations not only with the US but with all countries in the world interested in trading with Cuba, including Malaysia.

Peace advocates in Jamaica ratify compromise with World Peace

KINGTON, JAAMAICA, September 26, 2016.Inspired in the International Peace Day and the International Day for the Total Elimination of Nuclear Weapons, established by the United States and observed during September 21st and 26th, near a hundred advocates of these noble causes from different nations of our region, appealed to achieve the total elimination of nuclear weapons in an irreversible, transparent manner, based on the multilateral agreements, and honoured the Proclamation of Latin America and the Caribbean as Zone of Peace.

THE AMBASSADOR OF CUBA WAS RECEIVED BY THE MINISTER OF TOURISM, SPORTS AND CULTURE OF SAINT VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES.

The Ambassador of Cuba, Vilma Reyes Valdespino, was received in audience by Mr. Cecil McKie, Minister of Tourism, Sports and Culture of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines.

During the meeting, the parties agreed in favor of the strengthening of the cooperation and the coordination of actions between Cuba and Saint Vincent in the spheres of the culture, the sport and the tourism, as much as bilateral as in regional.

THE AMBASSADOR OF CUBA WAS RECEIVED BY THE MINISTER OF TOURISM, SPORTS AND CULTURE OF SAINT VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES.

The Ambassador of Cuba, Vilma Reyes Valdespino, was received in audience by Mr. Cecil McKie, Minister of Tourism, Sports and Culture of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines.

During the meeting, the parties agreed in favor of the strengthening of the cooperation and the coordination of actions between Cuba and Saint Vincent in the spheres of the culture, the sport and the tourism, as much as bilateral as in regional.

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