The cities of Pittsburgh and Matanzas, twinned since February 20th, 1998, reaffirmed their relationships during the exchange that took place at the headquarters of the Matanzas government.
Category Archives: Cuba Vs Embargo
What happened this October 26th at the 71st session of the United Nations General Assembly when it voted in favor of the Cuban resolution that calls for ending the economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed by the United States for more half a century to the largest Antillean island, is the reflection of those words of our José Martí when he said:
“Iun just beginning, from the bottom of a cave is more than an army!”
The poet Carilda Oliver Labra, National Literature Prize, said in Matanzas joy on the Cuban victory against the blockade by getting the most votes in the plenary of the United Nations, the signal strength of solidarity.
“No sector of the economy and Cuban society that has not suffered the negative impact of the blockade,” said Lazaro Rodriguez Forte, president of the National Association of Economists and Accountants of Cuba (ANEC) in the province of Matanzas during the interview Radio 26 about this day, when once again the largest of the Antilles presented its draft resolution against the blockade before the General Assembly of the United Nations (UN).
The story of the embargo of the US against Cuba ratifies the absurdity of banning its citizens from traveling to Cuba as tourists. Truism that Americans do enough to enjoy our beaches, culture and authentic products such as Havana Club rum and Cuban cigars.
Matanzas students ratified today their rejection of the blockade in a ceremony held at the René Fraga from Matanzas city. During the meeting they denounced the inhuman and extraterritorial nature of the laws that make it up. They also reaffirmed that a real normalization is not possible while it persists. Leydanis Hernandez Contreras, student of… Continue Reading »
Federated women from Matanzas develop a day called women’s activism against the empire and the economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed by the United States against Cuba for more than five decades.
The Cuban emigration organizations that make up in Miami the Martiana Alliance coalition convened for this Saturday December 12th another important cars caravan of to demand the immediate lifting of the laws and regulations that make the cruel and inhuman policy of blockade against the people Cuba, coinciding with the celebration of International Human Rights Day to pass two days earlier, on 10 participants diciembre. The particpan of the cars caravan of begin meeting from 10:30 am in the parking lot Youth Fair to later go important avenues of the city.