Atlanta, Georgia 2021-07-18 17:52:34 –
Washington DC: On the street in front of the Cuban embassy in Washington on Friday, “Cuba Libre”, which means “free Cuba” in Spanish, is in huge letters following a protest in a Cuban Communist city last weekend. It was drawn.
It was unknown who was in charge of the street painting.
Thousands of Cubans went out on the streets last weekend to protest the lack of basic commodities, restraint of civil liberties, and the government’s response to the proliferation of COVID-19 infections. Observers said this was the most serious concern in decades on a Caribbean island nation.
In the United States, demonstrators also protested, waving the Cuban flag and calling for change.
Following the protest, U.S. President Joe Biden called Cuba “suppressing their citizens” and “failed state”, ending hopes that he might lift sanctions on Cuba decades ago. I let you.
Meanwhile, Cuba’s President Miguel Diaz Cannell said Friday that the United States, not Cuba, was a failed state.
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