LUANDA, Angola.- In an extensive article, Jornal de Angola, the most wide-moving one in that nation, condemned the U.S. blockade against Cuba.
The island loses millions of dollars with the embargo, the publication said on its cover, with a call for reading the work in the interior pages, with a photograph of the Capitol, headquarters of the National Assembly of People’s Power.
In 60 years, accumulated losses hover around $922 billion. Besides, the Angolan newspaper enounced the pursuit of shipping and insurance companies to prevent oil ships with Venezuelan crude from arriving.
By activating Titles III and IV, U.S. and naturalized citizens will be able to sue in American courts companies using properties nationalized to the triumph of the Revolution.