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Cubans’ Association ACURE denounces the US blockade in Ecuador

Cubans’ Association ACURE denounces the US blockade in Ecuador

Quito, Jun 1 (Prensa Latina) The Association of Cubans Residing in Ecuador (ACURE) reiterated on Tuesday a denunciation of the US blockade against Cuba in force for six decades, which it defined as unfair and cruel.
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‘We join all the voices that demand the lifting of the genocidal and merciless economic, commercial and financial blockade, with which Cuba has been condemned for over 60 years,’ the ACURE referred in a public statement.

In the communiqué, the organization pointed out that the US blockade attacks freedom and rights, not only of Cuba in general, but also of each person in particular, directly or indirectly affected by the isolation actions. ‘Enough of economic blockades, of illegal occupations, of trying to subvert the internal order of our country. The Cuban people and its Revolution have demonstrated for more than 60 years that it will not give in, that it will not surrender,’ ACURE’s members warn.

Likewise, they assure that the work of the process initiated on January 1, 1959, with the revolutionary triumph has cost many lives and sacrifices and the people will not stop fighting for their ideals of peace and welfare for Cuba and humanity.

In the press release, the ACURE recalled that next June 23 the Cuban government will demand, once again and for all, to the General Assembly of the United Nations, the cessation of the US unilateral policy.

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