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Claims to lift US blockade against Cuba increase on digital platform

Claims to lift US blockade against Cuba increase on digital platform

Washington, May 7 (Prensa Latina) Claims for the end of the US blockade against Cuba and other measures are gaining more support on digital platforms.
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On Thursday, a mass tweet from the U.S. in favor of love, peace and justice of the Cuban people had a wide impact, journalist Carlos Rafael Diéguez, from PazAmor Association, said.

Diéguez also shared a video by Max Lesnik, director of Radio Miami, in which he highlighted May 5 tweet´s impact on Cuba solidarity and the end of the US sanctions.

We know that President Joe Biden faces pressure from the Cuban-American extreme right-wingers, led by Senator Bob Menéndez, but Cubans (there and here) continue to say peace and love, Lesnik tweeted.

According to the Foundation for the Normalization of Relations between the United States-Cuba (ForNorm) Secretary Julio V. Ruiz, the initiative on Twitter was published and accepted by the media. This, in turn, makes it reach the US president’s advisers directly or indirectly, he explained.

It´s very important that more people know about the Cuban reality and what a heroic people are currently suffering from a failed blockade and a pandemic, he said.

Various US associations and organizations called for global mass tweet on May 5 to call for the reopening of the US embassy in Havana and the end of a great number of sanctions.


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