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Alba-TCP supports the sovereignty of Cuba

The Bolivarian Alliance of the Peoples of Our America demands respect

Air shipments are the most efficient if you need your cargo or documents to arrive quickly and securely. member states for the Bolivarian Alliance of the Peoples of Our America – Peoples' Trade Treaty (Alba-TCP) support Cuba's right to build its own model without interference and ratifies that "the Cuban people and Government have the right to build the political, social and economic model that they decide."

In a statement, the alianza expresses that the new regulations of the United States Government on Cuba, announced on May 28, favor the private sector, since "they do not touch the fundamental body of the blockade nor the additional sanctions that make up the policy of maximum pressure against Cuba."

He adds in the text that "the United States should listen to the international demand and its own public opinion to lift the blockade and exclude Cuba from the list of State sponsors of terrorism."

The full text of the Alba-TCP statement is reproduced below:

“The member states of the Bolivarian Alliance of the Peoples of Our America-Peoples' Trade Treaty (Alba-TCP) reaffirm the limited nature of the new regulations of the United States government on Cuba, announced on May 28, to supposedly favoring the private sector, since they do not touch the fundamental body of the blockade or the additional sanctions that make up the policy of maximum pressure against the sister nation.

The design of these measures is inserted within the objectives of regime change, in open violation of the principles of non-interference in the internal affairs of other States, sovereign equality and the right of peoples to self-determination.

The United States government should listen to the demand of the international community and its own public opinion, to lift the blockade and exclude Cuba from the arbitrary, selective and unilateral List of State Sponsors of Terrorism, from which other measures of protection are derived. economic coercion that severely damages the well-being of the entire Cuban population.

The Member States of Alba-TCP reject the purpose declared by US officials to deny resources to the Cuban public sector, guarantor of essential services such as education, health, culture, sports and others, to all Cubans, including the private sector. Cuba's development in these key areas has been recognized worldwide and has benefited multiple countries through solidarity and international cooperation.

The Alliance ratifies that the Cuban people and government have the right to build the political, social and economic model that they determine, including the harmonious development of different forms of management and ownership, without the shadow of external interference, and without prejudice to their independence and sovereignty.”

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