Declaration from the Association of Cuban Residents in South Africa

Pretria, January 19, 2021.- On behalf of the Cuban Residents in South Africa it is make this declaration, to unite our voices to many others across the world and many organizations that have expressed their public disapproval and condemnation of the cruel economic, financial and commercial blockade imposed by the United States of America for many years.

Open letter to the President-elect of the United States of America Joe Biden, on the occasion od thr 62nd anniversary of the Cuban revolution

Pretoria, January 2nd, 2021.-  Your excellency President-Elect Joe Biden,

Warm congratulations on your elections as the 46th President of the United States of America. Your electoral victory represents a tremendous opportunity, not only to the American people but to the whole of the world of humanity.

Foreign Minister of Cuba presents report on the impacts of the United States blockade in 2020

Foreign Minister

The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Cuba, Bruno Rodríguez Parrilla, presented this Thursday, at a press conference, the Cuba Report on the impact caused by the US blockade policy during the last year.

Due to the complex epidemiological situation at the global level and in particular in the US, the resolution entitled "Need to end the economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed by the United States of America against Cuba" will be presented for the twenty-ninth time during the session resumed from the 75th session of the General Assembly, in May 2021.

Foreign Minister Asistant for American Affairs reiterates Liberia's support for Cuba's fight against the blockade.

Monrovia, September 16, 2020 - The Foreign Minister's Advisor for American Affairs at the Liberian Foreign Ministry, the Honorable Maxwell P. Vah, received in his office the Cuban Chief of Mission in Liberia, Mercedes L. Martínez Herrera.

Among the various topics discussed, a vital issue was the tightening of the US economic, commercial and financial blockade against Cuba during the COVID-19 pandemic.

58 years later, Cuba continues to resist U.S. blockade


The U.S. blockade on Cuba was imposed February 7, 1962, by President John F. Kennedy, and has recently reached increasingly extreme dimensions. The blockade is real and has lasted more than five decades. Generations of Cubans have suffered its consequences. Its impact is felt in all sectors of society and constitutes a flagrant violation of the human rights of our people, an act of genocide and of economic warfare, the main obstacle to our development, violating international law, the purposes and principles of the United Nations Charter and the principles of free trade.


Within the framework of the activity of solidarity with Cuba, celebrated in homage to the Day of Cuban Culture, Arianna Taylor Israel, President of the Association of Cubans, Residents in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, read a combative Declaration rejecting the US blockade against Cuba and its intensification during the administration of the President Donald Trump.

The text of the Declaration follows:

October 20th is for Cubans a transcendental date in the history of liberation.


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