‘This pronouncement comes as a support to the Resolution passed, with 184 votes in favor, by the United Nations (UN) General Assembly on June 23 this year about this topic’, the Legislative composed by 25 members wrote.
Its goal is to put an end to this unjust, obsolete and inhumane policy that has significantly hit the Cuban people, an institutional tweet added last night, after a virtual plenary session with participation of members from Bolivia, Colombia, Peru and Chile.
UN condemned last week, by the 29th time, the US policy meant for almost 61 years to overturn the Cuban Revolution, with only two votes against (US and Israel) and three abstentions (Colombia, Brazil and Ukraine).
Diverse entities, personalities and hundreds of people on the streets of different cities in the world keep their actions in demand for the uplifting of the hardened sanctions even during the pandemic of Covid-19.
The Cuban government assures that the unilateral measures taken by the northern nation are the main obstacle for the national development and are a massive violation of human rights due to the damages, sufferings and shortages caused on Cuban families.
Despite the repudiation from the international community, US ex-president Donald Trump (2017-2021) hardened to unprecedented levels the blockade by setting 243 measures against Cuba, which are still kept by the current president of that country, Joe Biden.