“Cuba is an unusual country in that they actually respect their scientists, and their climate change policy is science driven.”
Solidarity with Cuba and Venezuela!
Raúl Castro: “We are here, and will remain, free, sovereign and independent”
"In 2017 we have witnessed a serious, irrational deterioration in relations between the United States and Cuba. Our country is not at all responsible for this setback, marked by the tightening of the blockade, the return of aggressive and disrespectful rhetoric, and the arbitrary application of unjustified measures that significantly affect ties between peoples and families, as well as the rights and freedoms of Cubans and U.S. citizens.
"The Cuban Revolution has withstood the onslaught of 11 U.S. administrations of different kinds and here we are and will remain, free, sovereign and independent."
Read Raúl's speech to the National Assembly of People's Power here.
While there is no denying the economic emergency that Venezuela is currently facing and the concomitant suffering it is causing its people, understanding its context is essential to seeing a way out.
Cuba is a safe, peaceful and healthy country for Cubans, foreigners, accredited diplomats and for millions of people that visit us every year, including Americans.
Speech presented by Army General Raúl Castro Ruz, first secretary the Communist Party of Cuba Central Committee, during the closure of the National Assembly of People’s Power 8th Legislature’s 10th Period of Ordinary Sessions.
There is an international campaign calling for the freedom of Ana Belén Montes. We urge our supporters to learn about Ana Belén Montes and join that campaign.
Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodríguez Parrilla addresses the United Nations on Sept. 22, 2017, laying out Cuba’s position on a multitude of issues, and responding directly to the talk earlier in the week given by U.S. President Donald Trump.
As the class struggle heated up in Venezuela this year, fueled by interventionist threats by the pro-US Organization of American States (OAS) bloc, many former supporters of the Bolivarian revolution have remained sitting on the fence.
The outcome of the current struggle will impact all of Latin America and beyond. It is more necessary than ever that all revolutionary and progressive people stand with President Maduro, the PSUV and the Bolivarian Revolution against imperialism and domestic reaction.