African Union adopts resolution rejecting U.S. blockade against Cuba.

For the fifteenth consecutive time, the 37th Assembly of the African Union, composed of African Heads of State and Government, has adopted a resolution condemning the continuation of the illegal economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed on the Republic of Cuba by the United States of America. On this occasion, the African Union also calls for Cuba to be removed from the unilateral list of countries allegedly supporting terrorism.

Cuba denounces new terrorist actions in the U.S. to destabilize the island

A Cuban television investigation on Monday provided evidence of structures financed by the United States to create disorder, chaos, and fragment unity in Cuba.

The investigation presented as an example the testimony of the accused Lázaro García, who explained the functioning of the Autodefensa del Pueblo (ADP): a guerrilla plan, formed by a War Council, which would provide logistical, financial, and media support to people in Cuba, and is presided over by the terrorist Manuel Milanés.

Colombian President reiterates that it is unjust to include Cuba on list of State Sponsors of Terrorism

The President of Colombia, Gustavo Petro, reiterated this Monday, in a press conference with the U.S. Secretary of State, Antony Blinken, that the inclusion of Cuba in the U.S. list of countries sponsoring terrorism is unjust.

"Personally, in this meeting that has just taken place I said that what has happened with Cuba is an injustice", Petro said in the meeting with the head of the U.S. diplomacy, who is visiting Colombia.

Colombian lawmakers ask the United States to remove Cuba from the "List of Countries Sponsors of International Terrorism" and eliminate the blockade

More than 80 congressmen from the Republic of Colombia, representing the feelings of millions of citizens of that South American nation, asked the authorities of the United States Congress to remove Cuba from the illegitimate "list of countries that sponsor international terrorism," as well as eliminate the measures of the economic, commercial and financial blockade against our people.

US blockade violates human rights, Cuba denounces in Geneva

Cuba denounced in the voice of its ambassador to the UN-Geneva, Juan Antonio Quintanilla, the economic, commercial and financial blockade of the United States, which was described as a flagrant and systematic violation of human rights.

The diplomat delivered those remarks in the continuation of the activities of the 51st session of the Human Rights Council, a forum in which he rejected the siege imposed on the Cuban people by Washington for more than 60 years.

Cuban diplomats receive copy of a resolution that demands the end of the blockade

A copy of a resolution demanding the end of the blockade against Cuba was received by Cuban diplomats to the UN from representatives of the City Council of the US city of Hartford, capital of Connecticut, according to what was reported in Prensa Latina.

The document asks President Joe Biden to end Washington's economic, commercial and financial siege against Cuba and normalize relations between the two countries, said José Oro, member of the board of directors of the Global Anti-Blockade Movement (NEMO).

NEHAWU condemns the US continued aggression on Cuba    

Pretoria, September 09, 2022.- The National Education, Health and Allied Workers’ Union [NEHAWU] condemns the latest acts of imperialist aggression by the United States President, Joe Biden, against the people of Cuba. The blockade against Cuba is the most brutal system that has ever been applied against any country. It continues to be an obstacle in the development of Cuba. The human damage caused by the blockade is incalculable. 

Code Pink starts a new solidarity campaign with Cuba

According to the media outlet Presa Latina, the US organization Codepink is promoting a campaign with the objective that the United States government eliminate Cuba from the list of countries that sponsor terrorism. Members of CodePink explained that the initiative seeks to raise awareness within the public opinion and the US media about the consequences of being part of this list, as well as to strengthen the work of solidarity with Cuba in the United States.

Ambassador of Cuba to South Africa receives a visit from FOCUS directors

Pretoria, September 05, 2022.- The Ambassador of Cuba to South Africa, Enrique Orta González, received Lefika Chetty and Hope Papo, Friends of Cuba Society (FOCUS) directors from the Gauteng province, at the diplomatic mission headquarters. Bryan Betancourt Brito, official in charge of Political Affairs at the Embassy, as well as Lauren Luis Acosta, official in charge of Press and Cultural Affairs were also present.


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