Today, Saturday, September 24, members of the Embassy of Cuba in the United States held a sports tournament in tribute to the 62nd Anniversary of the creation of the Committees for the Defense of the Revolution (CDR), which will be celebrated throughout Cuba on September 28, as well as the referendum on the new Families Code, to be held on September 25.
The activity included a baseball game between teams made up of Cuban Mission officials and workers, along with their families. In parallel, recreational activities for children took place.
On September 22, the Somerville City Council, in the state of Massachusetts, approved a resolution in which they urge the US government to remove Cuba from the List of State Sponsors of Terrorism and to put an end to the current sanctions including travel restrictions.
The text also advocates developing collaborative actions between the two countries in the biotechnological field.
This is the thirty-eighth time that a resolution has been adopted in the US calling for the end of the blockade and the improvement of relations with Cuba.
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.
Washington, September 21
The city hall of Willimantic, Connecticut, passed a resolution condemning the economic, financial and commercial blockade imposed by the U.S. government on Cuba for over 60 years.
The new resolution is aimed at calling the Joe Biden Administration and Congress for the end of all punitive measures against Cuba, according to a statement accessed by Prensa Latina.