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Nicaragua condemns US blockade against Cuba at UNGA

Nicaragua condemns US blockade against Cuba at UNGA

United Nations, Sep 28 (Prensa Latina) Nicaraguan government expressed on Monday to the plenary session of the UN General Assembly (UNGA) its rejection of the blockade imposed by the United States on Cuba.
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‘Nicaragua joins the peoples around the world to reaffirm in a fraternal and solidarity way its rejection of the inhuman, illegal, immoral and unjust economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed by the United States on Cuba,’ Foreign Minister Denis Moncada said.

Mr. Moncada highlighted the fact that it is ‘an extraordinary people, which has fought a titanic battle for more than 60 years, resisting invasions, acts of terrorism, economic sanctions, blockades and all tangles of the imperialism and its destabilizing actions.’

In addition, he reiterated the militant solidarity of Nicaragua with Venezuela and the constitutional and legitimate government of President Nicolás Maduro.

He also expressed Nicaragua´s full support for self-determination, peace and justice of Palestine people, as well as that of Syria in the defense of its sovereignty and territorial integrity and in its fight against foreign aggression and international terrorism.

Nicaragua called for the end of all sanctions on Iran and expressed its support for the full implementation of the Joint Action Plan.

In addition, it supported Russia in its efforts to promote peace, understanding and stability globally and called for respect for the Principle of Non-Interference in internal affairs of states.

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