Mayabeque, Cuba_ The economic, commercial and financial blockade that the United States government has imposed on Cuba for almost 60 years, affects the provision of public health services to the people.

In New York, the General Assembly of the United Nations will vote this Thursday the Cuban resolution on the need to end the economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed by the United States against Cuba.

Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel sent a message through his Twitter account in which he celebrated the victory of the Cuban Resolution against the Blockade.

New York_ The United States was once again isolated from the international community in its policy of aggression against Cuba.

With 189 in favor, 2 against and 0 abstentions. Two countries did not exercise their right to vote, which is why they do not count as abstentions. The Cuban delegation celebrates in its seat.

The Cuban Foreign Minister continues with his intervention in the United Nations (UN), and cites the impediments of this unilateral measure in the area of ​​technologies.

The Permanent Mission of the United States to the United Nations circulates a document with eight amendments to the resolution condemning the blockade.

The topics of the amendments are related to the 2030 Development Agenda and human rights.