More than 30 countries, including the United States, are participating today in the marches against Washington's blockade of Cuba, organized by the Cuban-American activist and professor at the University of North Creek High School Carlos Lazo.
The concentrations in solidarity with the Cuban nation are held in America, Asia, Europe, and Africa, these include walks, caravans of bicycles and cars, and all with a common message demanding the end of the economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed by the US. island since 1962.
Lazo explained that "this will continue, this movement will grow and we will not stop until those sanctions are lifted, not only those imposed by Donald Trump, but also the cruel embargo that has been weighing on our people so many years ago."
In the North American nation the concentrations will be held in more than 20 states and different cities. / Sputnik.