Today We Have Memory Day launched by ICAP to denounce U.S. aggressions against Cuba

Today We Have Memory Day launched by ICAP to denounce U.S. aggressions against Cuba
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17 September 2021
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Havana, Sep 17 (RHC) A denunciation against the U.S. blockade of Cuba brings together solidarity activists this Friday as part of the We Have Memory Day, convened by the country's Institute of Friendship with the Peoples (ICAP).

Starting at 09:00 (local time), the event will gather members of the international movement of solidarity with the Caribbean nation and national institutions to demand the end of this policy, considered a violation of human rights.

The event will be broadcast through the @SiempreConCuba channel on the social networks Facebook and Twitter, according to its organizers.

According to ICAP's call, the 243 measures adopted by Donald Trump's administration (2017-2020) to tighten the economic siege remain intact in Joe Biden's presidency.

The current U.S. government added new sanctions and assumed the pandemic as an ally in its ruthless unconventional war against the island, solidarity activists denounced.

The Jornada Tenemos Memoria began on September 4 with the aim of denouncing the U.S. blockade and terrorism against Cuba.

The initiative began with a tribute to the young Italian Fabio Di Celmo, victim of a bomb placed in Havana's Copacabana Hotel in 1997. (PL)

 

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