Cuba praises demands in US to normalize relations

Havana, Mar 17 (Prensa Latina) Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez on Wednesday praised Cambridge’s admission in the list of US cities that demand an improvement in relations between those neighboring countries.

On his official Twitter account, the foreign minister pointed out that Cambridge, in Massachusetts state, complements the requests of nearly 20 US cities searching for deepening ties, lifting the blockade and boosting health cooperation to fight the Covid-19 pandemic.

‘That is the aspiration shared by the majority of the US and Cuban peoples,’ Rodriguez twitted.

Recently, the Cambridge City Council approved a resolution calling for the an to the US blockade against Cuba, which is still in force despite the generalized rejection in and outside the United States.

The policy, which has a negative impact on the economic, commercial and financial order, violates human rights and it is the main obstacle for the development of Cuba.

In October 2020, Cambridge recognized Cuba’s response to Covid-19, and asked the federal and state governments and pharmaceutical industries to work with the Caribbean nation.


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