Trinidad-Tobago: Union impeded delivering letter of support for Cuba

Port of Spain, Jun 28 (Prensa Latina) Guards at the United States Embassy in Trinidad and Tobago impeded Ozzi Warwick, general secretary of the Joint Trade Union Movement (JTUM), to deliver a letter of support for Cuba facing Washington’s hostility, local press reported on Friday.

Trinidad and Tobago Guardian informed that Warwick tried unsuccessfully to leave the letter at the security post but intended to send it to the diplomatic headquarters.

The trade union leader said the JTUM and eight other organizations signed the letter. It called for US President Joe Biden to remove Cuba from Washington’s State Sponsors of Terrorism (SSOT) list.

The signers demand to revert all hostile policies adopted during the administration of former President Donald Trump and restore the policies of the administration of former President Barack Obama.

On Thursday of last week, Trinidad and Tobago’s Foreign Minister Amery Browne also spoke out for supporting Cuba and called for its removal from that list.


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