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Trips to Cuba despite US blockade

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Trips to Cuba despite US blockade

Washington, Mar 25 (Prensa Latina) The Wisconsin Action Coalition to normalize relations with Cuba on Friday announced on its official website and social networks coming trips to Cuba, despite the blockade imposed by the US government.
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The United States cannot block hope, the coalition said, while praising that the Cuban people -throughout the Covid-19 pandemic- were global leaders in comprehensive health response saving lives around the globe.

“How has the Cuban people guaranteed a solid security ring and saved many lives globally, despite the 60-year US blockade?”

The US coalition -in charge of promoting 2022-2023 trips- tries to foster rapprochement between the two countries and seeks to spread Cuba´s reality, which big media often try to silence.

According to the text, those who are interested in visiting Cuba will have the chance of meeting people from different sectors of Cuban society to debate on the right to free education, literacy campaign in Cuba and globally; training physicians from Global South and the United States.

In addition, you will have the opportunity to be more acquainted with the right to free and universal health care, Cuba’s international medical collaboration and its biopharmaceutical industry development, as well as the implementation of social programs.

The Wisconsin Action Coalition to Normalize Relations with Cuba joins the Cuban people in their struggle for self-determination and sovereignty against US blockade.

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