By Jorge Ruiz Miyares / January 5, 2021 Washington, February 5 (RHC)– Senate Finance Committee Chair Ron Wyden, Democrat from Oregon, introduced on Thursday the U.S.-Cuba Trade Act of 2021 to repeal the sanctions that make up the economic, financial, and trade blockade that Washinton has imposed on the island for almost six decades andContinue reading “Senator Wyden introduces bill to end US Blockade on Cuba and establish normal bilateral trade”
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International Zeolite Announces Landmark Negotiation
International Zeolite Corp. (TSX. V: IZ) (OTCPINKS: IZCFF) (FSE: ZEON) of Vancouver, British Columbia, a mineral exploration company and international marketer and supplier of natural zeolite and zeolite products, announced landmark negotiations held in Havana, Cuba between the Iniversity of Havana Foundation (UH), GEOMINERA S.A. (GMSA) and International Zeolite Corp (IZC).
The Republican Nightmare Come True: Bernie Chairman of the Powerful Senate Budget Committee
By Luis Iglesias / January 27, 20121 The long-standing Republican nightmare about a defender of the working class and the common good, one who has dedicated his political career to curbing poverty and injustice while denouncing corporate greed, endless wars and the cruelty of a system of For-profit healthcare that leaves millions upon millions without health insuranceContinue reading “The Republican Nightmare Come True: Bernie Chairman of the Powerful Senate Budget Committee”
Americans and Cubans Against the Embargo – Now is the Time!
Year after year the United Nations General Assembly casts an almost unanimous vote (with the exception of the US, Israel, now Brazil and the abstention of Ukraine) condemning the blockade / embargo and demanding its lifting. Every year more voices are heard in the world, even within the United States, demanding the same thing.
The 22nd British parliamentarian to nominate Cuba’s medical brigades for the #NobelPeacePrize21
Jeremy Corbyn is the 22nd British parliamentarian to formally nominate Cuba’s Henry Reeve International Medical Brigade for the 2021 Nobel Peace Prize. Jeremy was elected MP for Islington North in London in 1983 and was leader of the Labour Party from 2015-19.
American actor Tyrese Gibson asks Biden to end the blockade of Cuba
American actor Tyrese Gibson is another of the personalities who has recently joined the calls for President Joe Biden to adopt a favorable stance towards Cuba.
The message, released through his account on the Instagram social network, says: “Can we lift the embargo on everything that refers to Cuba, please? We want that good energy flowing openly as soon as possible”
How am I going to request sanctions for Cuba and my people?
For the ones who loved and raised me? Peace is what I wish! I owe them what I was then, what I am now and will be in the future. They were the first to build those bridges. Today I give them back the best I can!
Seattle City Council advocates for promoting medical collaboration between Cuba and the United States to fight against COVID-19
January 23, 2021 A resolution of the Seattle City Council, recently approved, calls for collaboration between Cuba and the United States in relation to the fight against COVID-19. “The Seattle City Council encourages local medical, health care, scientific, academic, and pharmaceutical institutions to actively explore collaboration with their Cuban counterparts in knowledge transfer and jointContinue reading “Seattle City Council advocates for promoting medical collaboration between Cuba and the United States to fight against COVID-19”
McGovern Calls on Biden to Restore and Repair U.S. – Cuban Relations
Congressman James P. McGovern (D-MA), Chairman of the House Rules Committee and a senior member of the House Agriculture Committee, has sent a letter to President-elect Joe Biden asking him to restore and repair relations between the United States and Cuba.
Cuba, Though Angered by Terror Designation, Is Looking Past Trump
The U.S. decision was made in “the death throes of a failed and corrupt administration,” Cuba’s president said. For Cubans, the change in administrations in Washington can’t come soon enough.