Resolute, tireless, belligerent and vital, like its more than 100 million young members, the Latin American and Caribbean Continental Organization of Students (OCLAE) celebrates its 55th anniversary on August 11.
The World Food Program Cuba office—WFP—received a 120-thousand-Euro donation from the Italian government to purchase some 50 metric tons of beans and cooking oil as a contribution for Cuban hospitals assisting COVID-19 patients.
Over 50 solidarity organizations and Cubans residing abroad signed a joint communiqué in support of the island and against media terrorism and the hatred campaign unleashed against Cuba from US territory.
The Cuban embassy in Ireland thanked the gestures of solidarity from local organizations, institutions and citizens for their support of the island in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic and US sanctions.
Portuguese lawmaker António Filipe Gaião Rodrigues reiterated on Monday his rejection against the US economic, commercial and financial blockade of the Cuban people and noted that rejecting such policy is a duty of all those who advocate justice.
The Deputy Director for the United States at the Cuban Foreign Ministry Johana Tablada underscored the support given on Monday by US Congressman Jim McGovern to the reestablishment of appropriate exchange between Washington and Havana.
The Augusto César Sandino merchant ship left this Monday for Cuba, with solidarity aid from the Nicaraguan government to face the health emergency and the impact of the intensification of the measures imposed by the United States against the largest of the Antilles.
The sanctions imposed by the U.S. government prevent the Cuban family from breathing normally, but Washington continues to tighten it, denounced on Sunday the main promoter of the Bridges of Love project, Carlos Lazo.
The Sao Paulo Forum, a regional group of leftist political parties and organizations, reiterated its support of the Cuban people its Communist Party and its Revolution in the face of discrediting media campaigns, designed, backed and funded from US territory.
Bolivian president Luis Arce announced the sending of a plane with syringes and food for the Cuban people, who, he said, are going through difficulties due to the criminal economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed by the United States on Cuba.