Cuba in Ireland

Cuban-Irish children continue to draw and ask: No More Blockade.

Cuban-Irish children continue to draw and ask: No More Blockade.

From a young age we learn that a ship is a symbol of friendship, communication and transporting goods. The Yankee empire has sworn that no ship or Captain will be able to reach Cuba due to the internationalization of its arbitrary blockade laws against the Island.

Obviously little Aidan does not know all these details and cannot understand such a policy, but he is able to understand that the blockade prevents his Cuban cousins and friends from reaching toys and other necessary goods.

ICAP message to the World Movement of Solidarity with Cuba in the time of Covid19. #BlockadeNoSolidarityYes.

ICAP message to the World Movement of Solidarity with Cuba in the time of Covid19. #BlockadeNoSolidarityYes.

Havana, 9 April, 2020

To the World Movement of Solidarity with Cuba.

Dear friends,

With deep humanistic conviction, the government and people of Cuba offer the world, once again, the example of militant Solidarity at a time when the planet is facing the global pandemic of the new Coronavirus Sars Cov-2, Covid-19, which has already claimed the lives of more than 70 thousand people in the world in a very short time.

We continue to receive children's inspirations, against the US blockade of Cuba.

We continue to receive children's inspirations, against the US blockade of Cuba.

It is said that in Ireland there are between 20 and 30 types of green, which is why it is nicknamed "Emerald Isle", the constant rain has made the land a beautiful blanket of colors. Undoubtedly, that color makes children have great inspirations, we have received another beautiful drawing, this is sent by little Alexa, only 10 years old, perhaps knowing that Cuba is also a small Green Island, blocked by the United States, and that despite this blockade it has hundreds of doctors helping around the world to spread hope.

@embacubairlanda

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