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Caravan against US blockade against Cuba on main streets of Panama

Caravan against US blockade against Cuba on main streets of Panama

Panama, Sep 25 (Prensa Latina) The eighth caravan of the Marti Association of Cubans Residents in Panama (Amcrp) will travel on Sunday on the main streets in this capital to demand the end of the United States blockade against Cuba.

Amcrp President Humberto Perez told Prensa Latina that the caravan will start at the University of Panama and will finish at the emblematic Belisario Porras Park, next to the busts of Cuban National Hero Jose Marti and General Antonio Maceo, icons of the liberation struggle in Cuba.

Once again we will condemn the hostile policy imposed by Washington for more than six decades and that only in the first 14 months of Joe Biden’s administration caused economic damages worth 6.364 billion dollars, he added.

Perez pointed out that Panamanian friends and compatriots in solidarity with this noble cause are invited to participate in the caravan, on the day when Cuba is holding a popular referendum on the new Family Code, a piece of legislation that extends its protective cloak to all people equally.

This mobilization adds to the previous ones held in March, April, May, June, July, and October 2021, and the latest one in March 2022 to reject the extraterritorial measure that has proven to be a failure in the attempt to suffocate Cuba economically.

According to the Amcrp, in view of the new harassment to the lives of Cubans “there is no other alternative but to renew our support for and solidarity with our brothers and sisters.”

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