Cuba in Guyana

Caricom demands end of sanctions against Cuba

Georgetown, Jul 20 (Prensa Latina) The Caribbean Community (CARICOM) reiterated its demand for an immediate end to the commercial, financial and economic sanctions imposed on Cuba, in a statement published on the regional organization's website on Tuesday.

In these terms, the Caribbean bloc recalled the ongoing demand at the United Nations General Assembly against the economic, commercial and financial blockade established imposed by the United States on Cuba for more than 60 years.

Speech delivered by Miguel Mario Díaz-Canel Bermúdez, First Secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Cuba and President of the Republic, in the act of revolutionary reaffirmation, in the esplanade of La Piragua, Havana, on July 17, 202

Not official translation

Dear Army General Raúl Castro Ruz, leader of the Cuban Revolution;

People of Cuba, Cuban men and women;

Compatriots:

Long live Cuba  (Exclamations of: "Long live Cuba!")

Free from foreign interference and free from the hatred that has been stirred up by those who have been tightening the neck of the nation for 60 years to blow it up and now want to present themselves as our saviors.

Solidarity with Cuba in Guyana

President of the Guyana Cuban Solidarity Movement (GCSM), Halim Kahn said “When a country with a criminal embargo face more pressure with the combination of a pandemic it becomes harder on citizens who suffer more, we show solidarity with the people and government of Cuba.

Kahn said this worsening situation comes despite the enormous effort the country has made to produce vaccines with proven effectiveness against COVID-19.

Long Live the Cuban Revolution – a Beacon of Hope for all Humanity.

Organization for the Victory of the People (OVP) stands firmly with the revolutionary government of President Diaz-Canel and all the patriotic and anti-imperialist citizens of our Caribbean sister-nation Cuba, as they struggle against this most recent US-backed attempt to provoke counter-revolutionary forces. In the Caribbean and South America, having seen these thinly-veiled US tactics to destabilize progressive and revolutionary governments play out time and time again, most recently
in Venezuela, Nicaragua and Bolivia, the scenario is familiar and instantly recognizable.

Give Cuba an equal chance

Author: Donald Ramotar,  Former President of the Cooperative Republic of Guyana

Since July 11, 2021, the international press has been reporting on the demonstrations that have been taking place in Cuba. This is due to the difficult economic situation that has been imposed on that country.

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