The Colombian Movement of Solidarity with Cuba (MCSC) released Saturday a statement rejecting the U.S. decision to suspend for only 45 days the application of Title III of the Helms-Burton Act.
Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro rejected Thursday the policy of economic blockade imposed by the United States government against Cuba on the occasion of the 57th anniversary of the implementation of this coercive policy.
Title III of the inappropriately named Cuban Liberty and Democratic Solidarity Act of 1996 is absolutely illegal, in terms of international law, constitutionality, due process, and judicial competence
The Foreign Ministry of Pakistan reaffirmed its traditional position of support for Cuba in the face of the genocidal economic blockade of the United States government against Cuba more than half a century ago, diplomatic sources stressed Saturday.
Members of the Martiana Alliance, which gathers Cuban emigration entities in the U.S. city of Miami, rejected Tuesday the Title III and the rest of the Helms-Burton law, the codifier of the blockade against Cuba.
Cuba Solidarity Campaign in the United Kingdom on Tuesday condemned the U.S. intentions to harden its unilateral blockade against Cuba through the activation of Title III of Helms-Burton Act.
President Miguel Díaz-Canel on Friday stated that the Helms-Burton Act hardens the policy of blockade against Cuba and aims to impose a regime to the liking of the United States government.
Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel denounced on Sunday the impact of the US blockade on Cuba's economy and the resurgence of this hostile policy at the National Assembly of People's Power.
The Cuban United Lutheran, Baptist and Evangelical churches have denounced in Havana the innumerable impacts caused in relations with other religious institutions by the economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed by the United States on the island.
The worsening of the economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed on Cuba by the United States affects academic exchange between the two nations, María Isabel Domínguez, a sociologist with the Center of Psychological and Social Research (CIPS), said in Havana on Tuesday.