Paris, January 21 (RHC)--The Cuba Coopération France (CubaCoop) association asked US President Joe Biden to end the inhumane and genocidal policy against the island reinforced by his predecessor in the White House, Donald Trump.
Regarding the inauguration of Biden yesterday, the organization founded in 1995 considered that the 46th president of the Sates has a favorable scenario to stop the aggressiveness from Washington towards Cuba, which accumulates six decades, although with an unprecedented intensity under the Trump administration, he recalled.
The new president received the support at the polls of the majority of voters with a record of more than 81 million voters and 306 votes form the Electoral College, and he also has the support of the Senate and the House of Representatives, therefore, nothing should oppose the lifting of the blockade and the end of the murderous measures of the previous administration, he stressed.
In its weekly publication, La lettre électronique Hebdo, CubaCoop highlighted that it is the responsibility of the international community to remind Biden that it is time to stop the inhuman and genocidal policy that affects the economy of the greater of the Antilles and causes enormous difficulties for its population.
The association recalled that the new head of the White House inherits great problems and challenges, ranging from the health crisis to the need to restore normal relations with many countries.
Biden arrives after a calamitous management at the domestic level and aggressiveness towards the world, and he should also quickly change the gear used by the Republican to attack Cuba, he said.
The organization enrolled in various cooperation projects with the island, insisted that promoting this change through possible means constitutes an objective for those who respect the right of the peaceful and supportive Caribbean country to live with independence, sovereignty and choose its political system.
In that sense, it called to participate next Sunday in a mobilization organized by unions and associations in this capital, in the vicinity of the Eiffel Tower to demand the end of the economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed by the United States to Cuba.