New international caravan against U.S. blockade of Cuba to be held this Sunday

New international caravan against U.S. blockade of Cuba to be held this Sunday
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22 September 2022
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Washington, Sept 22 (RHC) The Bridges of Love movement called for a new worldwide caravan, which will extend to several continents, to demand once again the end of the economic, commercial, and financial blockade imposed by the United States on Cuba.

In a new call, activist Carlos Lazo, promoter of Bridges of Love, pointed out that this mobilization will take place next Sunday and will be an international cry to ask U.S. President Joe Biden to put an end to the sanctions that punish the Caribbean island. '

We call on all people of goodwill in the world to hold events and caravans calling for an end to the sanctions that punish Cuban families', said Lazo in statements to Prensa Latina.

The activist said that next Sunday 'once again we will raise our voices for the Cuban people, so that Biden puts an end to the economic siege that he has on Cuba and punishes and kills families.

Lazo also called on the press media to break the other existing blockade, the information blockade that silences this type of initiative, and summoned the men and women of goodwill of the world who for decades have been demanding an end to this unilateral siege imposed more than six decades ago to join the caravan.

 He also announced that several U.S. cities such as Miami, New York, and Los Angeles have already confirmed their support and there will also be replicas of the mobilization in Canada, and several European and Latin American countries.

On the last weekend of each month, the Bridges of Love movement carries out this action to demand that the government of Joe Biden eliminate all sanctions against Cuba and to eliminate the blockade imposed by successive administrations of the White House, whether Democrat or Republican.

 Since taking office, Biden has promised to reverse the failed policies toward the island of his predecessor, Donald Trump (2017-2021), who during his term in office tightened the unilateral siege with more than 240 measures that are still in force. (Source: PL)

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