National Network On Cuba Annual Meeting Final Declaration 10/20/19

Nov 27, 2019 by

National Network On Cuba Final Declaration October 20, 2019


The National Network On Cuba Annual Meeting took place in Washington DC on October 18-20, 2019.


The members who participated in this meeting representing 35 organizations in the United States met and shared activities from the previous year and planned for the coming year.


The Trump administration has made the blockade even more restrictive through the implementation of Title III of the Helms Burton Law and the further restrictions on travel, both by the ability of Cubans to travel to the U.S. and by the right of people from the U.S. to freely travel to Cuba.  Furthermore, the recently announced measures prohibiting the use of U.S. manufactured spare parts may endanger air travel.


We were able to hear from Ambassador Cabañas and received updated information of the impact of the blockade from 1st Secretary Miguel Fraga.


We, NNOC member organizations having met in Washington DC re-affirm our commitment to raising awareness of the impact of U.S. policy toward Cuba and continue the campaign of defending Cuban sovereignty and self-determination.


Our members will attend and follow the Anti-Imperialist Conference taking place in Havana from November 1-3, and we salute the city of Havana on its 500th anniversary.  We stand with the Cuban people who we are certain will again prevail in the November 2019 vote in the United Nations condemning United States policy toward Cuba.


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