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Roosevelt Skerrit, economic, financial and commercial blockade, United States, coercive policy

Dominica together with Cuba in the fight against the United States blockade

Caracas, April 24.- The Prime Minister of Dominica, Roosevelt Skerrit, today demonstrated his permanent support for Cuba as it fights for the cessation of the economic, financial and commercial blockade of the United States, by denouncing the damage of that coercive policy.

When speaking at the XXIII Summit of the Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of Our America-People's Trade Treaty (ALBA-TCP), the president indicated that it is not possible to hold this type of meeting without talking about the North American siege, since it harasses the largest of the Antilles despite its collaborative work inside and outside the region.

Cuba has done nothing but good in the world, it has only given good things to the world. However, the blockade has affected millions of lives and we as a world cannot sit back and allow a single country to impose such a terrible act on a sister nation, she said.

Skerrit assured his Cuban counterpart, Miguel Díaz-Canel, that nothing can prevent the strengthening and deepening of our solidarity, our friendship and our love for Cuba, after expressing confidence in the victory of said nation over the policy implemented by Washington for some time. more than six decades.

We must know that where there is justice, Cuba will continue fighting and we are Cuba, the world is Cuba, ALBA-TCP is Cuba, he emphasized.

The ruler of Dominica recalled that the integration mechanism arose thanks to the vision of the late leaders Fidel Castro and Hugo Chávez, who at the same time promoted the birth of PetroCaribe and the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States.

He defined both as political titans, since these initiatives allowed them to help the citizens of this hemisphere and the rest of the world, brought Latin America closer to the Caribbean like never before and consolidated mutual solidarity.

He highlighted that ALBA-TCP in its 20 years of life examined and sought solutions to challenges in areas such as poverty, illiteracy, economic development and agriculture, in addition to positioning itself as a group that stands firm in defense of its members and against neocapitalism's attempts to break with solidarity and ignore sovereignty.

However, Skerrit advocated meeting more in the face of the uncertainties of today's world and emphasized that there is still much to do in the work of the regional mechanism to respond to new challenges.

At another point in his speech, he expressed support for Bolivia, Nicaragua and Venezuela in the face of the pressures they face, urged them to defend democracy in the Bolivarian Republic and stand up against aggression while preparing for the presidential elections next July.

He wished a successful campaign to the Venezuelan president, Nicolás Maduro, in his search for re-election and praised his leadership in the South American State, amid difficult conditions. (PL) (Photo: Taken from the Internet)

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