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Moroccan newspaper highlights blockade of Cuba

Moroccan newspaper highlights blockade of Cuba

Rabat, Jun 22 (Prensa Latina) The Moroccan Al Bayane diary dedicated a full page to providing an updated report on the US blockade against Cuba.
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The article was published on the eve before a new voting in the United Nations General Assembly of the draft resolution entitled ‘The need to end the economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed by the United States of America against Cuba’.

Along with an article on the blockade penned by Mohamed Khalil, it includes an interview he conducted with the Cuban ambassador, Javier Domokos Ruiz, about the difficult situation the Cuban population is experiencing due to the combined impact of the 243 measures taken by the government of Donald Trump to worsen the impact of the blockade.

The diplomat explained that the extraterritorial application of the blockade reaches unprecedented levels of aggressiveness, and denounced that the US Government takes advantage of the complex conditions generated by the Covid-19 pandemic to give an opportunistic grip to the blockade regulations to destabilize Cuba.

The article reveals the evident indifference and insensitivity with which the Government of President Joe Biden continues to apply the policies implemented by the Donald Trump administration against Cuba, while denouncing the unilateral inclusion of the island in the List of States Sponsors of Terrorism in last January 11th.

This is a decision lacking moral and legal justification that has a negative impact on every sphere of Cuban society.

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