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Cuban patriots, wherever they live, know the blockade is criminal

no al bloqueoPresident Miguel Díaz-Canel thanked the Cuban émigré community in the United States, who took the lead this Sunday, January 31, in a caravan to denounce the blockade imposed on our country.

On his Twitter account, the President emphasized that Cuban patriots, wherever they live, understand that the hostile U.S. policy is a crime against the people of the island, writing, “Cuba thanks its emigrant sons and daughters for the Bridges of Love caravan.”

On bicycles and cars, carrying flags and posters with messages condemning the blockade and promoting “Bridges of love” between the Caribbean nation and the United States, participants demanded an end to coercive measures against Cuba, and called for the unity emigrants to achieve these goals, Prensa Latina reported. Caravans were organized to take place on the date in the U.S. cities of Miami, New York, Los Angeles and Seattle.

On Saturday the 30th, member groups of the Alianza Martiana Coalition in Miami condemned subversive campaigns against the Cuban people and government, describing such activity as an old habit directed and financed by organizations with a long counterrevolutionary history in the United States.

(Taken from Granma)

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