United Nations, Oct 30.- The United States blockade of Cuba has generated such international condemnation that there are no doubts about the result of Wednesday's voting on a new draft resolution to demand its end at the United Nations General Assembly. History shows the adoption, by an overwhelming majority, of similar initiatives submitted by Cuba since 1992, to the extent that over the past two years, 191 of the 193 UN member countries have supported the Cuba''s document about the necessity to put an end to that economic, commercial and financial siege of the Caribbean island.
New York, Oct 26.- Broad sectors of the U.S. society are along with the world in rejecting the blockade Washington has imposed on Cuba for more than 50 years, activist Ike Nahem said here today.
Sochi, Russia, Oct 20.- The Youth Festival in Sochi launches today a categorical truth: an economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed by the United States on Cuba attempts against dialogue between nations.
Havana, Oct 20.- Officials and specialists from the Cuban Sports Institute (Inder) denounced today the damage caused to sports by the commercial, economic and financial blockade set up by the United States against Cuba for more than 50 years.
Havana, Oct 19.- The economic, financial and trade damage caused by the US blockade of Cuba affects all sectors and one of them is construction, in which annual losses have reached millions, leaders of the sector denounced today.
Mexico, Oct 16 .- The Association of Cuban Residents in Mexico, the Mexican Solidarity Movement (MMSC) and the Cuban Embassy in this country on Sunday condemned the unjust U.S. blockade of Cuba and the new threats by President Donald Trump.
Cuba, Oct 13.- Almost 60 years after its implementation, the United States blockade policy against the Cuban people is intensifying, in a context of heightened tensions impacting on the progress achieved by the two countries in the diplomatic sphere.
Havana, Oct 4.- US Senator Patrick Leahy rejected on Tuesday through Twitter Washington’s decision to expel 15 Cuban diplomats from its Embassy in DC, action which he characterized as a reprisal.
From April 2016 to March last, the economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed by the United States on Cuba caused economic damages to the agricultural sector amounting to more than 260 million dollars.
Washington, Sep 14.- A standing-room only crowd at Howard University broke into prolonged and enthusiastic applause Wednesday evening when Miguel Fraga, second secretary at the Cuban embassy in Washington, delivered an impassioned defense of Cuba's sovereignty and its right to self-determination.