CARICOM Statement on the civil Protests in Cuba

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The Caribbean Community (CARICOM) has taken note of the protests taking place in Cuba brought about by socio-economic challenges, further exacerbated by the effects of the Covid 19 pandemic and the impact of natural hazards.

The Community calls for the cessation of violence and vandalism and for a return to calm and peaceful assembly and dialogue.

The Community reiterates its calls for the immediate lifting of the trade, financial and economic sanctions as recently reiterated by the United Nations General Assembly.

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  1. Not a single word about the dictatorship regimen that strangle the Cuban people for over 62 years? Shame on you.

    What Cuba needs is FREEDOM!!!

    Stop being accomplice

  2. I completely agree with you. Many of the protesters are calling for political freedom. It is interesting how he chose to focus on economics when that is only a part of the problem. Anyway…how did we expect him to respond when we are in bed with the dictatorship.

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