The mobilizations took place in 40 cities around the world, and are part of the global protest against that siege to be held until June 23, when Cuba will present the report on the impact of this policy at the United Nations, which lasts for more than 60 years.
According to the Cuban Institute of Friendship with the Peoples (Icap), dozens of people demonstrated in Caracas and Maracaibo, Venezuela, and in San Pedro Sula, Honduras, in support of the Cuban people.
Likewise, the Committee of Solidarity with Cuba in Puerto Rico joined the international clamor in defense of this Antillean nation, as activist groups marched in Brazil and El Salvador, the source said.
At the same time, in Europe, of the 30 Italian cities where actions will take place this weekend, marches were reported in Trieste, Cologno, Ancona, Senigallia, Cremona, Faenza, Milan, Pordenone, Lodi and Unide.
In the context of the European UNBLOCK CUBA campaign, activists participated in a ‘bicycle parade’, starting at the Embassy of this Caribbean island in Berlin, Germany, and protests were also organized in Nuremberg and Düsseldorf.
Icap also reported concentrations, walks, vehicle parades and rallies, among other initiatives, in several cities in Spain, the United Kingdom, Ireland, New Zealand, Ethiopia, Niger, Liberia, Slovakia, Tunisia and Namibia. More than 70 cities around the world will join the condemnation of the United States blockade against Cuba this Sunday, Cuban-American Carlos Lazo, coordinator of the Puentes de Amor Movement, confirmed today to Prensa Latina.