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The Caribbean, a crucible of sovereign nations

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The peoples who live in the Caribbean have been at the mercy of hegemonic powers since the beginning of the modern era, creating riches with the blood and sweat under slavery. This is a history some wish to erase via mechanisms of cultural colonization – the same forces that attack any efforts toward regional integration.

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The Association of Caribbean States must continue to be the mainstay of Greater Caribbean unity

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Speech by Miguel M. Díaz-Canel Bermúdez, President of the Councils of State and Ministers, at the VIII Meeting of the Association of Caribbean States, in Managua, Nicaragua, March 29, 2019, Year 61 of the Revolution

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President Díaz-Canel in Nicaragua

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Bearing greetings from the Cuban people, and especially Army General Raúl Castro Ruz, to the sister people of Nicaragua and the Sandinista government, President Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez arrived in Managua, yesterday, to attend the VIII Summit if the Association of Caribbean States.

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In the wake of coup attempts in Nicaragua

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Since last April 18, the right wing has subjected the Nicaraguan people to a wave of violence in an attempt to overthrow President Daniel Ortega. The most recent of these acts occurred August 15 during a demonstration called by the Nicaraguan opposition, when an armed group attacked the national water and sewer company (Enacal), teleSUR reported.

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Raúl and Díaz-Canel congratulate the Nicaraguan people

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Army General Raúl Castro, first secretary of the Communist Party of Cuba, and Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez, President of the Councils of State and Ministers, send messages of congratulations to Daniel Ortega and Rosario Murillo, Nicaraguan President and Vice President, respectively, on the 39th anniversary of the Sandinista Revolution.

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Nicaragua is now the target

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Masked individuals, armed with homemade mortars and bazookas, block avenues, close the main streets, attack state institutions, burn tires, start fires, loot and kill. To date, approximately 170 people have died as a result of the chaos and violence in Nicaragua. A powerful media campaign follows the events and more than that, openly promotes, falsifies, and multiples them.

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The same script in different scenarios

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U.S. strategists, who rack their brains in search of ways to end progressive governments, continue to use the same script in the quest to achieve their objectives. This is why it is so important to know, study and take into account the experiences of different countries besieged by sinister imperialist initiatives.

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Nicaraguan Parliament reaffirms solidarity with Cuba

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On March 1, the Nicaragua-Cuba Parliamentary Friendship Group reaffirmed its unwavering solidarity with the island, and willingness to continue strengthening bilateral ties, reported Prensa Latina.

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Raúl congratulates Daniel Ortega and Rosario Murillo for victory in Nicaragua

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Cuban President Raúl Castro Ruz congratulated Daniel Ortega and his running mate Rosario Murillo, for their presidential election victory in Nicaragua, this past Sunday November 6. “Dear Daniel and Rosario, I congratulate you for this great electoral victory. Our America can continue counting on you to advance efforts to obtain justice and prosperity for our peoples, and the so-necessary integration of Latin America and the Caribbean” Raúl wrote in a message shared by Cuba’s ambassador in Nicaragua, Eduardo Martínez.

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Daniel Ortega: Set for another victory

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“TO every home and every Nicaraguan family, our unwavering commitment to continue changing Nicaragua… cultivating and harvesting victories that allow us to strengthen community life, and advance step by step, eradicating poverty and promoting welfare and rights,” read the closing message of the Sandinista National Liberation Front’s (FSLN) electoral campaign.