суббота, 3 марта 2012 г.


Cuba said it would not accept U.S. congressional plans to permit the sale of food and medicine to the country while the rest of the U.S. embargo on the island remains in place, reports BridgeNews (July 24, 2000). The Government said "half measures" would resolve nothing and demanded an end to the embargo:

Cuba praised the good intentions of some U.S. lawmakers and the U.S. people in general, but said, "the measure will resolve absolutely nothing, nor can it be accepted, nor do we have the resources to purchase food and medicine in these conditions." Cuba made it clear that it rejects the watershed U.S. House vote to sell food and medicine to the island and end the …

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