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El Salvador media highlights vote against US antiCuban blockade

El Salvador media highlights vote against US antiCuban blockade

San Salvador, June 24 (Prensa Latina) A number of Salvadoran media highlighted today the approval in UN of a resolution about the need to put an end to the US economic blockade to Cuba.
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The CoLatino newspaper, a Salvadoran printed press institution, devoted its front page to the support to Cuba in its denunciation of the economic, commercial and financial siege the United States hold for nearly 6 decades.

‘for the 29th occasion since 1992, the countries of the world demanded categorically in the main UN debating entity the end of the blockade imposed by Washington 62 years ago’, the paper highlighted.

Likewise,the information portal Voces, reviewed the damages of such policy against the Cuban people, which still stands with the arrival of democrat Joe Biden to US presidency.

According to political expert, Armando Brinis, the alleged priorities from Washington in terms of human rights contrast with Biden’s indifference, who keeps policies from the previous government.

‘The blockade is a massive and flagrant, systematic violation of Cuban’s human rights, and qualifies as genocide’, political expert and ex-diplomatic Brinis emphasized.

Besides, Cuban-Residents association in El Salvador celebrated the island’s new moral victory in the UN , through a statement in which they reiterated their repudiation to the US economic war.


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