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Unequivocal Victory In Vote On Cuba

Press Release – Embajada de Cuba Nueva Zelanda

For the 19th consecutive time Cuba won a victory in the UN General Assembly, by securing the majority of Member States’ support vote on the resolution “Necessity of ending the economic, commercial and financial embargo imposed by the USA against Cuba.”Unequivocal Victory In Vote On Cuba

United Nations Resolution “Necessity Of Ending The Economic, Commercial And Financial Embargo Imposed By The United States Of America Against Cuba”

187 Countries With Cuba.

The World Against The Blockade And Policy Of Aggression By The United States Against Cuba

For the nineteenth consecutive time Tuesday October 26, 2010, Cuba won a significant victory in the General Assembly of the United Nations, by securing the support of the vast majority of Member States of the United Nations vote on the resolution “Necessity of ending the economic, commercial and financial embargo imposed by the United States of America against Cuba.”

The resolution passed with a vote of 187 countries, with only 2 votes against USA and Israel. There were 3 abstentions, the Marshall Islands, Palau and Micronesia.

This result is an authentic sign of the international community’s support for the just demand of the Cuban people against the blockade and genocidal policy against against Cuba by the U.S. government and their application of extraterritorial laws contrary to the United Nations Charter and International Law and the rules governing economic relations, trade and financial relations between States.
The Cuban Revolution will continue with or without the blockade

ENDS

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