United Nations, September 20, 2021.- Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel today urged the United Nations to work together for a more equitable, just and democratic world order in which no one is left behind.
The dignitary participated online in the high-level segment of the General Assembly, specifically in the session on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
The Head of State stressed that for the vast majority of countries the SDGs do not seem achievable in less than a decade.
Stockholm, Sweden 2021-09-15
To the Swedish representatives in EU and to whom it may concern
Dear EU politician!
Since 2001 we have an interchange with colleagues, doctors and psychologists in Cuba. We were happy when Sweden signed the Memorandum between Cuba and Sweden.
Cuba´s wellbeing is very important to us.
USA:s politiska bundsförvanter har främjat införandet av en anklagande debattpunkt mot Kuba vid Europaparlamentets plenarsession, som kommer att äga rum den 16 september. Borde inte Europaparlamentet diskutera hur den folkrättsvidriga Helms Burtonlagen drabbar den oskyldiga kubanska civilbefolkningen?
You recently referred to Cuba at a White House saying: "I would be prepared to give significant amounts of vaccines if… an international organization would administer those vaccines and do it in a way that average citizens would have access to those vaccines." You also called Cuba a “failed state”.