Cuba-Jamaica II Migratory Talks to be held in Kingston

JAMAICA, 2nd November, 2018.- Next 6th and 7th November, 2018, the II Migratory Talks between the Republic of Cuba and Jamaica will be held in this capital.

During the meeting, the parts are expected to exchange on migratory issues of common interest, to explore mechanisms for cooperation that contribute to guarantee a regular, orderly and secure migratory flow, as well as to continue with the ongoing process of negotiation  of the draft Memorandum of Understanding in this area. 

The blockade: Not only unjust, but also illegal

The people of Cuba have lived, for more than half a century, under the economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed by the United States, and are marked by this punishment for their “deadly sin.” From the oldest to the youngest, the entire population has suffered its consequences. Many have felt its effects first hand, many others do not perceive it directly, although it affects them – perhaps because they live submerged in the habit of coexistence with the cruel policy, and keep pressing on, because as has been said: the blockade is not enough to make us surrender.

The world says “No!” to the blockade and Trump’s amendments

At 12:20pm, in the United Nations General Assembly, the international community once again almost unanimously condemned the U.S. blockade of Cuba, voting 189 in favor of the Cuban resolution, two against (U.S. and Israel), with no abstentions.

Author: Granma International news | informacion@granma.cu

At 12:20pm, in the United Nations General Assembly, the international community once again almost unanimously condemned the U.S. blockade of Cuba, voting 189 in favor of the Cuban resolution, two against (U.S. and Israel), with no abstentions.

Author: Granma International news | informacion@granma.cu

 

Once again the international community demands the end of the blockade against Cuba

The UN General Assembly almost unanimously adopted this Thursday, 1 November for the twenty-seventh consecutive year, the resolution demanding the lifting of the economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed by United States against Cuba for almost 60 years.

The resolution was adopted by 189 votes in favor, 2 votes against, and 0 abstentions. The United Nations has 193 Member States.

The lifting of blockade is demanded in Sri Lanka

SRI LANKA, November 1, 2018.- A few hours before the debate began in the General Assembly of the United Nations on resolution presented by our country, entitled "Necessity of ending the economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed by the United States of America against Cuba", members of the Front Line Socialist Party, accompanied by other members of the solidarity movement with Cuba, delivered a letter to the United States Embassy in Colombo, demanding the government of that country to lift totally, unilaterally and unconditionally the unjust blockade that affects a

Cubans and Ethio-Cubans witnessed the debate on the U.S. blockade to Cuba

Addis Abeba, October 31st, 2018. The diplomatic personnel of the Embassy of Cuba in Ethipia and the cooperants,  accompanied by a group of Ethio-Cubans as well as the Ambassadors of Venezuela and Ecuador, witnessed the debate of the U.N. General Assembly on the U.S. blockade to Cuba.

The Cuban Ambassador to Ethiopia explained the new scenario of this year when the U.S. has presented eight ammenments to the Cuba's Draft Resolution which are unjustified and unnacceptables.

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