Organization for the Victory of the People (OVP) stands firmly with the revolutionary government of President Diaz-Canel and all the patriotic and anti-imperialist citizens of our Caribbean sister-nation Cuba, as they struggle against this most recent US-backed attempt to provoke counter-revolutionary forces. In the Caribbean and South America, having seen these thinly-veiled US tactics to destabilize progressive and revolutionary governments play out time and time again, most recently
in Venezuela, Nicaragua and Bolivia, the scenario is familiar and instantly recognizable.
On July 1, 2021, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken submitted his department’s ‘2020 Trafficking in Persons Report’, a document which, in common with others of the kind published by the Department, entirely lacks international or moral authority; it is a vehicle purely for false accusations and political blackmail.
Your Excellency Mr. Chairman;
Your Excellencies Permanent Representatives;
In 2020, Cuba, like the rest of the world, was faced with the singular challenges posed by the Covid-19 pandemic. The US Administration took on the virus as an ally in its merciless non-conventional war; it deliberately and opportunistically stepped up the economic, commercial, and financial blockade, bringing about losses for the country in the amount of around 5 billion dollars.
Guyana, June 19, 2021. This morning, the health collaborators met at the headquarters of the Cuban Medical Brigade in Leonora, as well as members of the solidarity movement, among them a group of students from the “Richard Ishmael” Basic Secondary, Cuban residents, and Embassy officials to demand the end of the economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed by the United States on Cuba for more than sixty years.
The event was presided by the Ambassador, Narciso Reinaldo Amador Socorro, the President of the Guyana-Cuba Solidarity Movement, Mr. Halim Kahn, and the Chief of the Medical Brigade, Dr. Ineldo Ruiz Arcia.
Addressing those present on behalf of his companions, the young Guyanese student, Jamol Haynes, said: "... the struggle has been going on for many years, the world condemns the inhuman and cruel blockade that Cuba is suffering and has said enough."
The Ambassador thanked the permanent and steady solidarity of the Guyanese people and affirmed that on June 23, at the United Nations, the international community will once again demand to put an end to the criminal blockade of the United States against Cuba.