Cuba in Ireland

We continue to receive children's inspirations from our Cuban-Irish children, who ask for No More Blockade of the homeland of their parents and grandparents.

We continue to receive children's inspirations from our Cuban-Irish children, who ask for No More Blockade of the homeland of their parents and grandparents.

This time the little Hugo, Suzel and Babette, from the González-Blodau family send us their colorful creations, we also received the contribution of Adrienne Whelan, they, although still very young, know the restrictions that the unjust blockade imposes on the Cuban family.

They have lived it when on their vacations they visit their grandparents, their uncles, their cousins, that is why they know the meaning of: No More Blockade.

Congratulations boys, very nice inspiration!.

@embacubairlanda

In Ireland, new signs of solidarity and thanks to the Cuban Revolution.

In Ireland, new signs of solidarity and thanks to the Cuban Revolution.

Undoubtedly, these are samples to be remembered, they are people who disinterestedly are there, in difficult times that the world is going through with the Coronavirus pandemic, they offer us their solidarity support to end the criminal Yankee blockade against the Cuban people, which in the current circumstances denies access to medicines and equipment that could save the health of thousands of people, as is happening with the obstacles to being able to buy lung ventilators.

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