He pointed out that it was Cuba who sent troops to Africa to help liberate people there as well as sending doctors all over the world to help “stem the tide” during this COVID pandemic.
“Cuba is going through serious troubles because of this inhumane economic blockade imposed about 60 years ago. We think it’s a just and ethical struggle and a call for all who believe in human rights to join this activity of solidarity,” Dublin noted. “We at the association [are] just playing our part from our end as we join with the others on this Global movement, to help lift and end the United States commercial and economic blockade against Cuba.”
The United Nations (UN) has, for the 29th consecutive time, adopted a resolution to lift the economic and commercial blockade against Cuba.