Havana, Oct 13. -Cuba's President Miguel Díaz-Canel said on Saturday that the economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed by the United States is the main impediment to the country's economic progress.
Camagüey, Oct 11. -To have a trans-esophageal echocardiogram, more accurate and reliable in diagnosing heart conditions, the people of Camagüey must now move to the province of Villa Clara, as the Philips brand equipment with that functionality succumbed after so many ears of use.
Tokyo, Oct 9. -The Deputy Minister of Science, Technology and Environment of Cuba, Fernando Gonzalez, denounced in Japan the economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed by the United States against his country.
Havana, Oct 6. -The National Assembly of People’s Power (Cuban parliament) issued a call against Washington's nearly six-decade old blockade of the Caribbean state.
Havana, Oct 5. -The blockade imposed on Cuba by the government of the United States affects the development of tourism in the Caribbean island because it increases the prices of products and imposes sanctions, an executive from the sector said in Havana on Friday.
United Nations, Oct 3. -Bolivia's permanent representative to the UN, Sacha Llorenti, expressed on Wednesday that for his country the vote in the General Assembly on the resolution calling for an end to the blockade against Cuba is of primary importance.
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Cuba, Oct 2. -The British scriptwriter Paul Laverty, who won the screenplay award at the San Sebastian Film Festival, in Spain, for the film Yuli, inspired in the life of Cuban dancer and choreographer Carlos Acosta, described the blockade as “a disgrace that must end.”
Rome, Sep 29. -''Un son contra el bloqueo'' (A son against blockade) is the name of the cultural event organized in Rome on Saturday to demand the end of the US economic, commercial and financial siege against Cuba.
United Nations, Sep 27. -The condemnation of the US blockade against Cuba grows today at the high-level meeting of the UN General Assembly, a forum that several countries use to show support for that Caribbean island.