New York_ The deputy director of the United States of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Johana Tablada, posted on her Twitter account that more than ten delegations to the General Assembly of the United Nations called to end the United States Blockade of Cuba.

Bolivia, Jamaica, Panama, Ecuador, El Salvador, Mexico, the Dominican Republic, Namibia, Mozambique and Vietnam were the countries that joined the call for justice.

On October 31, the General Assembly of the United Nations will again vote on a draft resolution proposed by Cuba on the need to end the blockade.

It will be the twenty-seventh consecutive year in which the voting of the initiative takes place, which since 1992 has won annually the majority support in the main deliberative body of the United Nations.

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