‘The previous mobilization was very good and we expect more for this, on May 30, because we want a better life for the Cuban families,’ the social activist and university professor told Prensa Latina.
In the coordination of the caravan, Arozarena explained, the Association Community of Cuban Residents in Angola (ACCRA), the Association of former Angolan students in Cuba (known as Caimaneros), the Angola-Cuba Friendship Association and the Association of Cuban-Angolan families will participate.
Once again, the headquarters of the Nueva Gerona community project in Kilamba city, outside Luanda, will be again the meeting place to start the journey in vehicles, explained the professor, who also highlighted the examples of solidarity in other Angolan provinces.
As Arozarena recalled, on June 23, the United Nations General Assembly will consider the resolution on the necessity to put an end to the economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed by the United States against Cuba.
With the new administration of President Joe Biden, he said, ‘we expected a normalization of the bilateral relations,’ but at this point, he regretted, the White House still maintains in force the 243 additional sanctions implemented by the Donald Trump administration (2017-2021).