HAVANA, Cuba, Oct 30 (ACN) More than a hundred Japanese people from different economic sectors participated on Thursday in a videoconference with Miguel A. Ramirez, Cuban ambassador to Japan, where they expressed their condemnation of the aggressiveness of the US government against Cuba and demanded an immediate end to the US blockade on the Caribbean country.
The subject that focused the meeting was the economic, commercial and financial blockade of the US government against Cuba and its tightening in times of global pandemic of COVID-19.
Ramirez referred to the report presented by the Cuban foreign ministry on October 22 on Washington's hostility towards his country, and denounced the unprecedented strengthening of that hostile policy with unknown cruelty.
During their comments and questions, the attendees recalled that the effects of this policy have extended to Japan, and impact on trade relations and financial transactions of the Asian country with Cuba.
They also expressed their recognition for the precious work of the Cuban medical brigades that collaborate in the battle against COVID-19 in several nations around the world, and supported their nomination for the Nobel Peace Prize in 2021.