Cuban Report Outlines Impacts Of U.S. Sanctions On Nation’s Health Sector

Prensa Latina: U.S. Blockade Targets Cuban Health, Says Report
“Between April 2018 and March 2019, the damage caused by the U.S. blockade to Cuba’s health sector totaled more than 104 million dollars. This is stated in the island’s report on U.N. General Assembly resolution 73/8 entitled ‘Necessity of ending the economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed by the United States of America against Cuba’. The report, presented Friday by Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez, cites concrete examples of how the encirclement policy exercised by Washington for almost six decades has a negative impact on the health of Cubans…” (9/21).

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