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CUBA is not a sponsor of state terrorism says Gov't

HAVANA, Cuba, January 12, 2021 -The government of the Republic of Cuba has reacted to a statement by US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo intending to include Cuba again on the United States unilateral list of countries that sponsor terrorism, calling the charac terization, Fraudulent, cynical and hypocritical.

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T&T | Keith Rowley Gov't refuses to support Venezuela's Juan Guido in the OAS

PORT-OF-SPAIN January 8, 2021 - The government of  the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago says it will not be supporting  any motions brought forward by a 'purported representative' of Venezuela at the Organisation of American States (OAS), however it will continue to participate in all other matters. 

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CUBA | US Government pile on more sanctions against Cuba

Washington, Dec 21 (Prensa Latina) The US government on Monday adopted new unilateral measures against Cuba by adding three companies from the Caribbean island to the OFAC list of specially designated citizens and blocked persons.

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CUBAN Ambassador dispels rumors about religious freedom in Cuba

KINGSTON, Jamaica, November 9, 2020 - Cuba’s diplomatic en voy to Jamaica, Ambassador Inés Fors Fernández has sought to dispel attempts by the United States to convince international public opinion of an alleged lack of Religious freedom in Cuba.

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CUBA | US Sanctions cost the Cuban people US$5.6 billion last year

HAVANA, October 23, 2020  —  Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodríguez Parrilla has condemned what he said was a progressive tightening of the economic, commercial and financial blockade against his country by the United States, resulting in a gradual suffocation of the island’s economy.

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JAMAICA| Jamaica assumes Chair of OAS Permanent Council; Marks says fight against COVID-19 is priority

WASHINGTON DC, October 2, 2020 –  Jamaica this week was elevated to the  Chair of the Organization of American States’ (OAS) Permanent Council in Washington DC, following a virtual handing over ceremony which saw Jamaica’s Permanent representative to the Organization of American States H.E Ambassador Audrey Marks assuming leadership of the Organization for the next three months.

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