In her account on Twitter, the diplomat recalled that 60 years ago Washington took the first economic and commercial measures against this Caribbean nation, which led to the blockade policy that also affects the financial sector.
The pretexts varied, but the purpose is still to eliminate the Revolution that regained control over its natural resources and destiny for the benefit of the people, and put an end to neocolonial rule, she pointed out.
She also affirmed that since then that northern nation has wanted to send a clear signal to those who dream of the world with any alternative and progressive model of society that aims to overcome schemes of oppression, inequality and social injustice.
Tablada expressed that the resistance and achievements of the Cuban people even in the midst of that siege, which she described as inhumane, also send a sign of hope to those who fight for a better world.
On June 23, this Caribbean nation will present the draft resolution ‘Necessity to end the United States blockade against Cuba’, at the resumed session of the 75th meeting of the United Nations General Assembly.
The lawsuit has been overwhelmingly backed by the international community on 28 consecutive occasions since 1992.