Saint Mary, Antigua and Barbuda, Dec 8.- The prime minister of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Ralph Gonsalves, urged U.S. President Donald Trump today to abandon the anachronistic economic blockade of Cuba, a demand that will be repeated here by the Caribbean countries.
Brussels, Dec 8.- The Council of Ministers of the African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States, (ACP) has approved in Brussels a new resolution in support of Cuba's fight against the blockade imposed by the United States, diplomatic sources informed today.
Astana, Nov 23.- The International Scientific Conference of the Communist Parties dedicated to the 100th Anniversary of the Great October Socialist Revolution, held in Kazakhstan, has demanded today the end of the U.S. economic, financial and commercial blockade on Cuba.
Astana, Nov 22.- The International Scientific Conference of the Communist Parties dedicated to the 100th Anniversary of the Great October Socialist Revolution, held in Kazakhstan, has demanded today the end of the U.S. economic, financial and commercial blockade on Cuba.
Cuba, Nov 20.- The international congress NeuroCuba 2017 took place in the Habana Libre Hotel, November 16-18, with the participation of more than 500 specialists from 14 countries, including recognized professors and researchers in neurology and neurosurgery from across Latin America, the United States, and Europe.
Havana, Nov 3.- Nobel Peace Prize winner of Timor-Leste, Jose Ramos-Horta, has described as unjust the economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed by the United States on Cuba more than 50 years ago and it is intensified today.
Havana, Nov 1.- US Ambassador Nikki Haley delivered a defiant speech against the UN when she took the floor to defend the over 50 years old blockade of her country against Cuba.
United Nations, Nov 1. – Once again, for the 26th time before the United Nations, heard was Cuba's demand for the elimination of the U.S. economic, commercial, financial blockade, supported by 191 of the world's nations.
Havana, Nov 1.- For the 26th time in a row the majority of the UN member states voted in favor of a Cuban resolution on the need to lift the over 50 years long US economic, financial and economic blockade against the Caribbean nation.
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.