The Association of the Friends of Cuba in Poland strongly rejects the activation of Title III of the Helms-Burton Act

The Association of the Friends of Cuba expresses its strongest rejection and protest against the Helms-Burton Act, whose chapter III has begun to be applied by the US government, a decision that constitutes a clear violation of all the norms and precepts of the law and international standards and the principles of the Charter of the United Nations Organization.

José Martí: "With Greece in the heart" in Lefkada

José Martí: "With Greece in the heart" in Lefkada

Lefkada, June 14. It was opened the photo exhibition "With Greece in the heart", from the amateur lens of the Counselor of the Cuban Embassy in Greece José Oriol Marrero Martinez, with his photos of some sites of Greece, which were mentioned by the national hero of Cuba Jose Marti in his writings , and with many of whose texts in Spanish and Greek showed viewers what the Apostle of Cuba thought about the "mother Greece" who so loved.

U.S. Penalizes Three Companies for Apparently Violating Cuba Blockade.

Washington, June 14, 2019.The U.S. government announced Thursday that the companies Expedia Group, Hotelbeds USA and Cubasphere agreed to pay hundreds of thousands of dollars for the apparent violation of the blockade imposed by Washington against Cuba.

According to the Treasury Department, its Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) reached an agreement with Expedia, headquartered in Bellevue, Washington, to pay 325,406 dollars in its own name and in the name of subsidiaries and affiliates around the world.

Miami Commission Seeks to Strike Cultural Exchange with Cuba

Washington, June 13, 2019.The Miami City Commission, has passed on Thursday a resolution to ask the US Congress to veto the Cuban artist recruitments, action against the cultural exchange with Cuba.

According to the document, the federal legislature is urged to enact a law that allows other US states and local governments to ban recruitment of Cuban singers and artists.

The resolution, sponsored by Miami Mayor Francis Suarez and Commissioner Manolo Reyes, also calls on all federal, state and local officials to support the controversial text.