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Condemnation of US blockade against Cuba gains ground

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Condemnation of US blockade against Cuba gains ground

Washington, Nov 1 (Prensa Latina) The actions of Cuban and solidarity groups in the United States are currently gaining ground in bringing the condemnation of the blockade against Cuba to all sectors.
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Since the march initiated by the Bridges of Love movement in Miami, Florida, which traveled thousands of miles to Washington DC this year, the actions to bring the message of the unfairness and illegality of US policy to all sectors of society have not stopped.

We are in the heart of Miami; long live the Cuban family!, down with the blockade!, activist Carlos Lazo, coordinator of Bridges of Love, said in a video broadcast on Twitter as an example of the determination of spreading the message.

On Sunday, a caravan in the state of Connecticut condemned violent threats against Cuba and called for the lifting of the blockade.

A group of organizations spoke out against these measures and strongly denounced the violent and illegal plots and schemes against the Cuban government and people, according to a report published on social media.

Those actions occurred in five cities of Connecticut, including the capital of this state, Hartford, in the past few months, which underscores the goal of clarifying the unfairness of the White House policy, tightened during the Trump administration with his over 240 punitive measures against Cuba.

Besides Connecticut, there were activities in other US cities such as Miami, Los Angeles, San Francisco and other parts of the world like the Netherlands, Belgium, Paraguay and the United Kingdom.


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