Etiqueta: United Nations General Assembly
8 November, 2019 Unequivocal Message, U.S. Is Responsible

The United Nations General Assembly adopted today the Cuban resolution against the blockade with 187 votes in favor, 2 abstentions and 3 against.

6 November, 2019 U.S. Remains Lonely in Blockade

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.

26 September, 2019 France Speaks Out against U.S. Blockade to Cuba

The Cuba Cooperation France Association divulged the negative consequences for the Cuban population, caused by recent measures by the United States government reinforcing the blockade imposed on the island.

26 April, 2019 Repudiation in Argentina to Upsurge of Blockade to Cuba

The Argentine Solidarity Movement with Cuba rejected this Friday the U.S. government’s decision to activate Title III of the Helms Burton Act, which aggravates the commercial, economic and financial blockade imposed on the island.

4 February, 2019 UN Supports Fight against Cancer

The President of the United Nations General Assembly, Maria Fernanda Espinosa, called to create more awareness about the importance of early cancer prevention and detection.

20 November, 2018 Spanish President with Broad Agenda in Cuba

The President of the Spanish Government, Pedro Sanchez, will hold official conversations with Cuban authorities during his visit to the island, the local Chancellery reported.

23 October, 2018 President of El Salvador Arrives in Cuba

Salvador Sanchez Ceren, President of the Republic of El Salvador, arrived in Havana to pay an official visit to Cuba, which will be extended until next October 27.

13 January, 2018 Ecuador Delivers Presidency of G77 to Egypt

Ecuadorian Chancellor Maria Fernanda Espinosa delivered today in the United Nations the Presidency of the Group of 77 plus China in a ceremony headed also by the UN Secretary General, Antonio Guterres.