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CubaCoop demands Biden stop inhumane measures against Cuba

CubaCoop demands Biden stop inhumane measures against Cuba

Paris, Apr 1 (Prensa Latina) The Cuba Cooperation France Association (CubaCoop) on Thursday urged US President Joe Biden to end the blockade imposed by his country against Cuba with measures it described as inhumane.
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In its weekly issue La lettre electronique Hebdo, the association demanded that Washington ends its economic, commercial and financial siege of more than 60 years, so that the Cuban people can develop their full potential.

The treasures of creativity that characterize it are being brilliantly demonstrated once more in the field of research such as the development of several Covid-19 vaccines, warned the organization founded in 1995, recognized by its dozens of cooperation projects in Cuba.

CubaCoop reiterated its complaint for the consequences of the blockade in Cuba’s daily life and its rejection to the recurrent stance by mainstream media to ignore the ravages of what it called a real war.

It also repudiated the US intention to surrender a people by hunger and plunge it into hardships to encourage a regime change, a policy tightened by the Donald Trump administration with more than 240 measures.

The association highlighted the global mobilization held last weekend, in which dozens of cities in almost 80 countries hosted caravans, marches, rallies and other activities to condemn the blockade and demand its lifting.


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