Solidarity with Cuba – no to US destabilisation attempts
The United States continue with their attempts to undermine the Cuban Revolution. Planned counter revolutionary protests for 15th November are nothing more than a propaganda exercise designed to discredit and spread misleading and false information that the government does not have the full support and confidence of the majority of the people.
Dublin, October 31, 2021. The National Conference of the Sinn Féin party held on October 30, approved a motion that reiterates the condemnation of the economic blockade imposed for more than 60 years against the Cuban people and demands that it end.
The Conference also praised the work of the Henry Reeve International Medical Brigades.
Text of the approved motion:
The Communist Party of Cuba greets the National Conference of Sinn Fein, and conveys its wishes that you achieve the results that are proposed, and advance in the new political goals of the party.
In the more than 60 years of facing the permanent aggressions of the successive administrations of the United States, Cubans have learned that only dignity, resistance and unity have made it possible to confront the imperialist interests of reversing the Cuban revolutionary process.
The Biennial Conference of the Irish Congress of Trade Unions, which brings together trade union organizations from across the island of Ireland, approved two motions that ratify the rejection of the economic blockade against Cuba and demand that this cruel policy be ended.
The destabilization actions against the Cuban Revolution promoted from the United States were also condemned.
The trade unionists also recognized the action of the Cuban medical brigades in confronting the Covid-10 pandemic in numerous nations.