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World personalities demand Biden to end blockade on Cuba

Washington, Aug 10 (Prensa Latina) Artists, intellectuals, politicians, scientists, activists and religious leaders today sent a letter to the President of the United States, Joe Biden, to demand the end of the blockade against Cuba in the midst of the devastating fire in fuel depots.

“Sanctions feed the fire,” say the signatories of the letter, among whom are US intellectual Noam Chomsky, British politician Jeremy Corbyn, musician Roger Waters, philosopher Judith Butler, and the Afro-American Cornel West, known for his fight in favor of human rights.

Cuba receives solidarity and support for the fire in Matanzas

Havana, August 8, 2022. - Cuba is receiving constant expressions of solidarity and support from governments, personalities, diverse organizations, embassies and foreign friends, as well as from Cubans living abroad, in view of the moments of pain and anguish it is suffering due to the large-scale fire at the Matanzas supertanker base last Friday.

In his Twitter account, Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro ratified his full willingness to provide the necessary help.

Cuba ratifies in UN need of a world free of nuclear weapons

United Nations, August 3 (RHC)-- Cuba ratified at the UN its defense in favor of a world free of nuclear weapons and warned that political manipulation, selectivity, and double standards in non-proliferation must cease.

The only sustainable solution to the existential problem represented by nuclear weapons is their total elimination, said Yuri Gala, deputy permanent representative of Cuba, during his intervention at the Tenth Review Conference of the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT).

With the energy of Moncada, to leave scarcities behind and head for well-being

Cuban revolutionaries today invoke the perseverance of those young men who in July 1953, led by the lawyer Fidel Castro, assaulted two of the main military fortresses, to unleash the struggle against the dictatorship of Fulgencio Batista.

The actions did not culminate in military success, but after the bloody repression, the young people of the generation of the centenary of the birth of José Martí regrouped forces and outlined objectives, until reaching the national insurrection and triumph.