Activists participating in various initiatives against the economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed by Washington on the Caribbean nation and in favor of Palestinian independence shared images and videos today of their actions with the channel Europe for Cuba.
Among them was the display of giant flags of the Caribbean country and the occupied Arab town in the Black Mountain. They also carried out a caravan of solidarity with Cuba and Palestine in the streets of Belfast, Northern Ireland and went to the vicinity of the University of Ulster, visited by the US president.
Organizations and projects such as Cuba Support Group Ireland and Gael Force Art were part of the mobilizations.
Biden arrived in Ireland to participate in activities for the 25th anniversary of the Good Friday Agreement to end the conflict in the north of the island, a territory integrated into the United Kingdom.
In addition to publishing the photos and videos of the initiatives carried out this Wednesday, the channel Europe for Cuba reiterated its condemnation of the United States blockade of the largest of the Antilles and its inclusion in Washington’s unilateral list of countries sponsoring terrorism.