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Cuba Highlights Strong Rejection to Trump´s Policy
Tuesday, June 20, 2017

 VIENNA, June 19, 2017.-  Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez on Monday highlighted the strong rejection of the policy announced recently by U.S. President Donald Trump regarding the Caribbean island.
'These unpopular measures ignore the majority's support for the lifting of the blockade and the normalization of relations between Cuba and the United States by Congress people, including many members of the Republican Party, the business sector, several civil society organizations, Cuban migration, the press, social media and U.S. public opinion,' Rodriguez said in a press conference in this capital.
He pointed out that those measures also ignore the opinion of the overwhelming majority of the Cuban people, who want to have a better relationship with the U.S. people.
The diplomat noted that the new Cuba policy announced by Trump during a speech in Miami is a backward step in the relations reestablished two years ago.
'Several people have acknowledged that in the United States and abroad, who are expressing their strong rejection of the announced changes, he pointed out.
The head of Cuban diplomacy warned that it is possible to predict that those measures will affect relations between Washington and Latin America and the Caribbean, as well as U.S. foreign policy.
Referring to the future implications of Trump's measures, Rodriguez underlined that they will cause human damage and privations, and will be an additional mass, flagrant and systematic violation of the Cubans' human rights.
The measures 'will affect families and will cause economic damage, not only to State companies but also to cooperatives and self-employed or private workers. They will also damage Cuban migration,' he predicted.
 


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Sinn Féin Party reiterates the call for the USA to unconditionally lift its blockade of Cuba
Monday, April 25, 2016

Ireland, 25th April 2016. During the Ard Fheis 2016 SF notes the continued improvements in the normalisation of the relationship between Cuba and the USA and reiterates their call to the USA to unconditionally and fully lift its illegal blockade of Cuba.

Speaking at the event Ambassador Hermes Herrera thanks to Sinn Fein welcomed the support offered to the just causes defended by Cuba on national sovereignty, economic equity, social justice, fight against the criminal US blockade, the cause of the Cuban Five unjustly imprisoned in the United States, rejecting media campaigns and attacks through cyberspace, among others.

Ambassador read a message from the Communist Party of Cuba to the Conference, where want success to Sinn Fein in his contribution to the development of its work within Irish society, thanks the solidarity offered by this Irish political force respect to the illegal US blockade on Cuba, the fair return of Cuban territory illegally occupied by the Guantanamo Navy Base and other just causes. In the message the visit to Cuba in 2015 from Gerry Adams, leader  of Sinn Féin as an undoubted cornerstone in this way stands. Also, the tasks of updating the Cuban economic model and new challenges arising from changes in methods in the attitude of the US towards Cuba are mentioned. . (Cubaminrex-Embacuba Irlanda)
 


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Irish against the blockade
Monday, November 16, 2015

Ireland, November 16, 2015. Trabajadores Daily published news by Orestes Eurgellés Mena dated 15 November with the title Irish against the blockade.
Representatives of the Union of Industry, Professionals, Construction and Public Administration of Ireland demanded in Havana the cease of the implemented by the United States blockade against Cuba. The claim was expressed in meeting with officials of the National CTC and visits to workplaces of the capital and Villa Clara, province where they paid tribute to Ernesto Che Guevara in the mausoleum erected to the Heroic Guerrilla.
Over 10 years ago, the Union of Industry, Professionals, Construction and Public Administration supports the causes of our people from the Solidarity Forum with Cuba created by the labor organization. Kieran Jack McGinley, the executive of the European organization on behalf of its members ratified the decision of the European Forum for increased action until the blockade against Cuba is eliminated. (Cubaminrex Embacuba Ireland).


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Press conference on blockade in Dublin
Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Ireland, 23 October 2015 . In Liberty Hall Theatre a press conference on the economic, commercial and financial blockade of the US against Cuba was made, which the resolution of condemnation by the Cuban delegation will be voted on 27 October in the UNGA.

Speakers included European Parliament Lynn Boylan, Sinn Fein Party; Maureen O'Sullivan, independent MP; Joe Costello, Labour MP and former Minister of State for Trade and Development; Simon McGuinness, national coordinator of the Cuba Support Group and Ambassador Hermes Herrera.

All agreed on the urgency of lifting the criminal blockade, the damage caused to the Cuban people for over half a century, the violation of human rights it entails, the negative of its extraterritorial application in various parts of the world including Ireland and several other significant aspects.

Among those present, along with numerous representatives of the written press, radio and TV, Jack O'Connor, president of the union SIPTU Caoimhe Ní Chonchúir, deputy director for Latin America and the Caribbean of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade ; Brendan Ogle, UNITE; Sean Garland, the Workers Party; Marie Barry, president of the Committee for the Campaign for the Five; and Jack McGinley, president of SIPTU Solidarity Group.(Cubaminrex-Embacuba Irlanda)


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In Ireland raise the voices to demand the end of the blockage on Cuba
Friday, September 18, 2015

 Ireland, September 18th, 2015. In the central Rosie Hackett Bridge in Dublin an emotional ceremony organized by groups of solidarity with Cuba took place.

Speakers Marie Barry, president of the Committee for the Campaign to Free the Five; independent parliamentary Maureen O¨Sullivan; Architect Simon McGuinness, national coordinator of the Cuba Support Group; and Dr. Jack Mc Guinley, president of the Cuba Solidarity Group of SIPTU Union, condemned the persistence of the criminal economic, financial and commercial blockage against Cuba and called for his definitive, unconditional and inmediate finish. Ambassador Hermes Herrera individually thanked the speakers for their strong gfesture of solidarity .(Cubaminrex-Embacuba Irlanda)

 





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