Russia has considered US attempts to isolate Cuba as a policy doomed to failure, as well as the almost 60 years of the economic, commercial and financial blockade it has imposed on the island.
The World Peace Council (WPC) on Monday repeated its condemnation of the blockade and new sanctions imposed by the United States on Cuba to destroy its Revolution.
The ruling Palestinian National Liberation Movement Al-Fatah on Tuesday condemned the commercial and financial blockade imposed on Cuba by the United States for almost 60 years.
The US government announced Thursday that it has fined Expedia Group, Hotelbeds USA and Cubasphere for the violation of the blockade, by selling travel tours and packages.
Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodríguez has reiterated that his country and people will remain strong and committed with the Revolution despite the actions by the US government to increase the blockade against Cuba.
The Revolutionary Government of the Republic of Cuba repudiates, in the strongest terms, measures announced by the United States government on June 4, 2019, reinforcing the economic blockade imposed on Cuba for more than 60 years, at a cost to the Cuban economy that in 2018 exceeded 134 billion dollars at current prices, or 933 billion dollars, when considering the depreciation of the dollar as compared to the value of gold on the international market.
Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno RodrIguez has denounced on Tuesday that tightening and extraterritorial application of the US economic, financial and commercial blockade is an attack on international law and the sovereignty of States.
Given the impossibility of accessing the U.S. market, the Havana Anti-Doping Laboratory was obliged to invest an additional one million dollars to acquire supplies last year, yet despite the constraints, 4,050 tests were carried out during the period, more than 3,000 for international entities
The Cuban ambassador to Spain, Gustavo Machín, denounced on Friday the tightening of the economic, financial and commercial blockade imposed by the United States on Cuba for almost six decades.
Expanding markets, identifying new niches and diversifying exports amidst the ongoing US blockade is a priority for Cuba at present, Vice President of the Cuban Chamber of Commerce Rubén Ramos pointed out.