By Patrick Oppmann, CNN
Cuba may be on the verge of a coronavirus vaccine breakthrough and not a moment too soon, as deaths and cases spike on the island.
Starting in March, two of the island’s four homegrown vaccine candidates will begin their third and final trials, the Cuban government has announced.
Continue reading As the world vies for vaccines, Cuba’s making its own
The blockade and other hostile actions by the United States threaten human rights in Cuba, Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez stated.
Rodriguez tweeted questioning the fact that those rights are mentioned as ‘the blockade is tightened in an unprecedented way.’
Continue reading Cuba reiterates denunciation against US blockade
The Latin American Council of Churches (CLAI) advocated for the normalization of relations between the United States and Cuba, in a letter addressed to President Joe Biden, it was known today.
Continue reading Latin American Council of Churches advocates for normalization of US-Cuba relations
The City Council of Chicago, Illinois, unanimously approved a resolution calling on the US government to lift the economic blockade against Cuba, diplomatic sources informed on Thursday.
In that way, the city became the eighteenth to adopt a document of this type, and since 2016, a total of 28 resolutions were approved that also include state legislatures and cover, in addition, cooperation with the medical and pharmaceutical sectors.
Continue reading US Chicago’s Council calls for the lifting of blockade against Cuba
Thousands of bulbs of the Covid-19 vaccines are being filled today at Cuban labs, after the beginning of Abdala vaccine production, the second vaccine to move to phase III.
Continue reading Cuban labs produce two anti-Covid-19 vaccines on a large scale
In a social media post, Cuban Minister of Foreign Affairs Bruno Rodríguez Parrilla expressed gratitude for the solidarity shown Cuba, after our country was added to the arbitrary U.S. State Department list of state sponsors of terrorism.
Continue reading Voices around the world condemn hostile U.S. policy toward Cuba
European lawmakers urged the head of European Union (EU) diplomacy Josep Borrell to mediate with the United States to exclude Cuba from the terrorist list, the country’s Foreign Ministry announced on Thursday.
Continue reading MEPs call for mediation with the US in favor of Cuba
An organization based in Washington, called Cuba Study Group (CSG), asked President Joe Biden on Tuesday to promote the lifting of the measures that make up the United States blockade against the island.
The CSG also called on the president to order an immediate review of the inclusion of Cuba in the list of states that, according to Washington, sponsor terrorism, and once again renounce Title III of the Helms-Burton Act, as a way to initiate improvement in bilateral ties.
Continue reading Cuba Study Group asks Biden to lift US sanctions against Cuba