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Belize Movement calls for the end of US blockade against Cuba

Belize Movement calls for the end of US blockade against Cuba

Belmopan, Nov 15 (Prensa Latina) The Belize-Cuba Solidarity Movement on Monday called for the end of the economic, financial and commercial blockade imposed by the United States on Cuba for over 60 years.
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Cuba has been victim of a unilateral policy strongly rejected by most international community, whose major goal is to put an end to the Cuban revolutionary process, according to the solidarity movement.

For this reason, Cuba is also target of other actions orchestrated by anti-Cuban organizations that seek to subvert a constitutional order by egging on to internal destabilization.

US blockade and similar policies are major obstacles to Cuba’s development, however, the solidarity movement highlights, Cuba has successfully overcome challenges such as the Covid-19 pandemic by vaccinating its population.

Sanctions imposed by Washington on Cuba over 60 years were tightened amid the pandemic by former President Donald Trump´s administration, who for such a purpose signed as many as 243 new bans Joe Biden´s government still keep unchanged.

However, more than 70% of the Cuban people have been fully vaccinated, while over 90% has received at least one dose.

Despite these results, destabilization attempts organized and financed from the United States have increased and led by internal opposition so as to give the world the image of a failed state and thus justify a change of government, even by military means.

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