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XIV Forum of the Cuban Civil Society: a denunciation against the blockade

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Representatives of more than 100 Cuban civil society organizations demanded in Havana the cessation of the US blockade against Cuba, a few days before the General Assembly of the United Nations is to discuss a draft resolution on the need to end the obsolete Washington policy.
 
The XIV Forum brought together representatives of national and other regional and international organizations based in Cuba, who reaffirmed their willingness to fight against an economic fence that is a violation of international law.

2017 Report on the impacts of the U.S blockade to Cuba + Report available to download

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The US blockade policy continues to be a massive, flagrant and systematic violation of the human rights of the Cuban people and qualifies as an act of genocide, as stated by the 2017report which will be presented to the United Nations General Assembly next November 1st.
 
The damage caused by the extraterritorial laws of the blockade is detailed in the report on United Nations General Assembly resolution 71/5 entitled "Need to end the economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed by States" United States of America against Cuba.
 

Declarations of Cuban Minister of Foreign Affairs: Cuba has never and will never commit attacks against diplomats

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From the Cuban Foreign Ministry, Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez Parrilla denounced the decision "unfounded and unacceptable" that the State Department took today by ordering the departure of 15 Cuban diplomats from the United States.

The minister said in Havana that "there is no evidence" of the occurrence, causes and origin of the  alleged "incidents" against US government officials in Cuba, which supposedly caused an array of varying health issues.

Statement to the press by the Director General of the United States, Josefina Vidal Ferreiro

 

The State Department announced Friday that it will withdraw more than half of the staff from the US embassy in Cuba after the "incidents" reported by diplomats.Josefina Vidal Ferreiro, director general for the United States of Minrex, emphasized to the press that the Government of Cuba has no responsibility in the alleged facts and it fulfills seriously and rigorously its obligations with the Convention of Vienna on Diplomatic Relations. We consider that the decision announced by the State Department is hasty and will affect bilateral relations.

Declaration:

International Day for the Total Elimination of Nuclear Weapons, 26 September

Día Internacional para la Eliminación Total de las Armas Nucleares, 26 de septiembre.

On the occasion of the commemoration of the International Day for the Elimination of All Nuclear Weapons on 26 September, we wish to recall the Proclamation of Latin America and the Caribbean as a zone of peace, adopted at the CELAC Summit held on 28 and 29 January of 2014 in Havana, which is an important contribution of our region to achieve the elimination of nuclear weapons and the use of force.

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