Cuba in UN

Extraterritorial nature of the blockade has an impact on Cuba's banking and financial relations with third countries.

New York, October 18, 2018. From the second semester of 2017, the blockade has had a negative and unprecedented impact on the Caribbean nation, especially on the banking and financial area. Although the enactment of the Helms-Burton Act and the extraterritorial nature of the blockade determined the creation of "antidote legislation" designed by third countries to protect themselves against possible damages caused by the implementation of this policy, the intimidating effect of the blockade against Cuba has prevented these regulations from being properly implemented.

Permanent Representative of Cuba to the UN, Anayansi Rodríguez Camejo, denounces new anti-Cuban action.

New York, 16 October 2018. Today, Tuesday, 16 October 2018, the United States of America has once again sullied the name of the United Nations.

The United States, in another action of contempt for human rights and this Organization, has preferred to create absurd lies about Cuba rather than recognize and promote a campaign to redress its multiple human rights violations, both in its territory and in the rest of the world.