Banjul, 23 March. – The Gambian newspaper The Point reported today that new measures will be implemented in about 40 countries at the end of next week against the blockade imposed by the United States on Cuba in the midst of the Covid19 epidemic.
In a memorandum published in its printed version, the aforementioned newspaper of this West African country confirmed that the Europa por Cuba channel announced from the old continent the celebration of various activities in rejecting the economic, commercial and financial blockade of Washington to the largest of the Antilles.
He adds that the channel itself urged solidarity organizations and citizens from all over the world to join the initiative to demand the long war imposed by the United States on the Caribbean island.
According to The Point, the organizers have requested that convoys, rallies, rallies and other planned actions be recorded in photos and videos for publication in various media outlets, as well as on social networks.
With regard to Cuba, Europe reiterated the importance of international disavowal of Washington’s aggressive policy and the defense of the oldest archipelago in the Antilles.
The Gambia newspaper notes in its report that the World Caravan Days predicts activities on March 27th in Asia, Oceania, Africa, South America and Europe, while the 28th will coincide with North and Central America.
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