Category Archives: Cuba-US relations

U.S. Congressman recognizes potentialities of Cuban market

U.S. Congressman Rick Crawford (R), representative for the First District of Arkansas, spoke of the potentialities of the Cuban market, which cannot be exploited to the maximum due to the economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed by the U.S. government to Cuba.

UN General Assembly Discusses Resolution to End Blockade on Cuba

The UN General Assembly discusses today for the 27th consecutive year the resolution project to put an end to U.S. blockade against Cuba, this time under U.S. pressures to hinder the process.

Cuba and U.S. Should Advance to Friendship, Calls Eusebio Leal

Cuba and the United States should advance courageously to friendship, there are many reasons for that, called in this capital Havana Historian, Eusebio Leal, who highlighted their historic links.

Cuban Foreign Minister denounces new U.S. maneuver at the UN

Bruno Rodriguez Parrilla, Cuba’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, denounced today that the U.S. government is circulating among the attendees of the UN General Assembly sessions a document with proposed amendments to the draft resolution against the economic, financial and commercial blockade, which the island will present on Wednesday, October 31.

Minneapolis was the capital of solidarity with Cuba in the United States

The American city of Minneapolis was for three days the meeting place for Americans who today maintain their commitment to support the causes of Cuba and promote better relations between both countries.