Cuba in Trinidad and Tobago

July 26th, 1953: History was not wrong.

Port of Spain, July 26th, 2021. July 26th is looming, a date that contains great content and historical significance for all Cubans. This year marks the 68th Anniversary of the assaults on the Moncada and Carlos Manuel de Céspedes barracks, a feat carried out by the centennial generation, who without intending to do so in that stage of revolutionary fervor, today their exploits are part of the sacred pages of our history.

Celebrated in Trinidad and Tobago the day of National Rebellion.

Port of Spain, July 25, 2021. The group of the Cuban Embassy together with representatives of the Trinidad and Tobago Solidarity Movement, representative of young graduates in Cuba, the Political Leader of the Social Justice Movement, the Director of Latin America and the Caribbean ICAP, representatives of Cuban residents, of the Cuban Medical Brigade that provides services in Trinidad and Tobago, participated today in a virtual meeting to commemorate the day of the Cuban National Rebellion.

Letter to President Biden.

Dear President Joe Biden, It is time to take a new path forward in U.S.-Cuban relations. We, the undersigned, are making this urgent, public appeal to you to reject the cruel policies put into place by the Trump White House that have created so much suffering among the Cuban people. Cuba – a country of eleven million people – is living through a difficult crisis due to the growing scarcity of food and medicine. Recent protests have drawn the world’s attention to this.

The Movement for Social Justice (MSJ) demands once again that the United States ends immediately the illegal, illegitimate economic, commercial and financial blockade against Cuba.

Port Spain, July 18, 2021. The Movement for Social Justice (MSJ) demands once again that the United States ends immediately the illegal, illegitimate economic, commercial and financial blockade against Cuba. This is consistent with the positions of all but two countries in the world. On June 23, the United Nations General Assembly voted for the 29th consecutive year that the US should end the blockade. Only 2 countries – the United States and, not surprisingly, Israel, voted for the blockade to remain in force.

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