Etiqueta: US
25 March, 2021 US, its laws against Cuba and UN rejection

Although the Human Rights Council has adopted a resolution on the negative impact of unilateral sanctions, the United States currently continues with the implementation of coercive measures and legislations that make up the blockade to Cuba. In the most recent Cuba’s report on the damages caused by this economic, commercial and financial siege, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs explained the validity of the laws and regulations that support this policy.

1 June, 2020 Cuba ratifies support to WHO in the face of US criticism

Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez ratified this Saturday the full support to the World Health Organization (WHO) and its management in the confrontation with the Covid-19, in view of the criticism from the United States.

22 May, 2020 Cuban President denounces 20-day US silence

Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel has denounced on Thursday the United States still maintains a complicit silence regarding the attack on the Cuban embassy in Washington, after 20 days of the incident.

13 May, 2020 Cuba links embassy attacker to aggressive US sector

Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez linked the man who attacked the Cuban embassy in the United States last month to US officials with proven aggressive record against the Caribbean country.

20 April, 2020 Cost Ricans demand end to US blockade against Cuba

The Costa Rican Cuba Solidarity Committee (CCSC) on Monday demanded an end to the economic, financial and commercial blockade that the United States has imposed on Cuba for nearly six decades, and has further tightened over the past few years.

3 March, 2020 Kazakhstan condemns the tightening of US blockade against Cuba

The Kazakh Association of Friendship with Cuba strongly condemned the most recent unilateral sanctions of the US government against Cuba, in a solidarity meeting with the country in this capital, diplomatic sources reported this Tuesday.