denouncing coercive U.S. tactics and claiming the right to

发布时间: 2019-09-10

said the measure also aims to signal that Havana's close ties to Caracas will remaword" href="/yingfuyingyupeixunjiage/20190624/165.html">in unchanged despite the attacks and threats of the Donald Trump administration. More than 10 million Venezuelans have signed a letter that will be delivered to the secretary-general of the United Nations, HAVANA, Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel said via Twitter. Consuelo Baeza, Antonio Guterres, Sept. 9 (Xinhua) -- Cuba's government on Monday launched an anti-Trump signature drive in a show of solidarity with Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro and his ruling party. Signatures collected in Cuba this week will be added to millions of signatures already collected in Venezuela as part of the No More Trump campaign to raise awareness about the impact of Washington's sanctions on the economy of the South American country. Cubans will join signature drive demanding the end of the brutal aggression on Venezuela, a leader of the Workers Central Union of Cuba, denouncing coercive U.S. tactics and claiming the right to live in peace without foreign interference. Sanctions barring Venezuela from carrying out trade and financial transactions have made it difficult to import basic foods and medicines. The White House backs Venezuela's far-right opposition and its bid to oust Maduro from power. ,。