The main obstacle to Cuba’s economic and social development is the blockade of the United States with the vain eagerness to subject the Cuban people to imperial designs.
Daily Archives: 6 November, 2019
Roberto Morales Ojeda, Vice-President of the Council of Ministers of Cuba, thanked the support received by the island at the United Nations headquarters, in its fight against the blockade imposed by the government of Washington.
President Evo Morales acknowledged the struggle of indigenous women that continues in Bolivia to overcome the new acts of racism generated by the opposition after the elections of October 20.
The Council of Liberator municipality of the Capital District of Venezuela, hailed the 500th anniversary of Havana, and ratified the feelings of solidarity with Cuba and the commitment to the anti-imperialist struggle and sovereignty.
The President of Cuba, Miguel Diaz-Canel, reaffirmed on his Twitter account his support for the management of his Bolivian counterpart, Evo Morales, re-elected on last October 20 for a new term.
The Fourth Investment Forum, a space where domestic and foreign investors exchanged about future businesses in various sectors, took place this Wednesday as part of the Havana International Fair.
On the first day of the presentation of the draft resolution on the need to end the blockade of the United States before the United Nations General Assembly, representatives of several global organizations expressed their rejection of the genocidal policy.
Cuba today shows with satisfaction prestigious neuroscience developments at the highest international level, as a permanent challenge to the economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed by the United States.
The demand for an end to the US blockade against Cuba once again tops the agenda of the UN General Assembly, which has voiced its condemnation of this policy for the last 27 years.
China on Wednesday ratified its support for the draft resolution that Cuba will submit to the United Nations to demand an end to the United States blockade, and condemned the permanence and tightening of that policy, despite global rejection.