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El Salvador highlights Cuban initiatives against U.S. blockade

El Salvador highlights Cuban initiatives against U.S. blockade

San Salvador, Jun 21 (Prensa Latina) The initiatives deployed in Cuba to demand the end of the blockade imposed six decades ago by the
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United States were highlighted today by El Salvador’s media.

Particularly, CoLatino Newspaper, a reference of printed journalism in

this Central American nation, valued the departure of a caravan of cyclists in the eastern Cuban city of Holguin.

‘With banners and flags, the participants rode through several points

of the city and supported with their actions the international

movement of the IV World Caravan against the blockade’, reported the

newspaper.

In previous initiatives of solidarity with the island, El Salvador

organized with the support of the Cuban community living in this

Central American nation and solidarity groups with the progressive

causes of the world.

CoLatino reported that during the past weekend several acts of

solidarity with Cuba took place in the United States, Ireland, Spain,

United Kingdom, New Zealand, Italy and Australia.

‘The activists called to extend the solidarity actions until next

Wednesday, when the United Nations General Assembly will vote on the

draft resolution against the blockade’, added the newspaper.

The newspaper pointed out that Cuba considers the blockade to be the

greatest obstacle to the country’s development, with damages estimated

at 147,853 billion dollars, in addition to being a massive violation

of human rights.

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