Cuba Rejects Changes to US Travel Visa as Rights Violation

March 20, 2019

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Source:  TeleSUR
March 16 2019

cuba rejects changes.jpgThe changes only “imposes high economic costs” to families, the ministry said.
| Photo: EFE

The changes to the B2 Visa were put into effective as of Jan. 18, limiting travel time within the U.S. from five years to three months.

The Cuban Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Minrez) is rejecting the ‘unfair’ adjustments made to B2 Visas, which decrease the length of time allotted to Cuban visitors traveling in the U.S. from five years to three months.

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The changes to the B2 travel visa were put into effective as of Jan. 18 and, in a statement, the ministry said citizens are faced with numerous obstacles just to visit the northern nation for familial visits and business trips.

Minrex accused Washington of making the travel visa the latest dig at the Caribbean nation, after…

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Unificación monetaria y cambiaria en Cuba: decisión impostergable. Por Armando Nova González*

March 19, 2019

La pupila insomne

La aceptación de la doble circulación monetaria en Cuba (1993-1994) fue una de las medidas tomadas en el país para afrontar la crisis económica de los años noventa, conocida como “período especial”.

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US Regime Change Blueprint Proposed Venezuelan Electricity Blackouts To Incite Public Unrest

March 14, 2019

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By Max Blumenthal, Thegrayzone.com

guaido-pence-duqueGuaido, Pence, Duque

The US-Funded CANVAS Organization That Trained Juan Guaido And His Allies Produced A 2010 Memo On Exploiting Electricity Outages And Urged The Opposition “To Take Advantage Of The Situation…Towards Their Needs”

September 2010 memo by a US-funded soft power organization that helped train Venezuelan coup leader Juan Guaido and his allies identifies the potential collapse of the country’s electrical sector as “a watershed event” that “would likely have the impact of galvanizing public unrest in a way that no opposition group could ever hope to generate.”

The memo has special relevance today as Guaido moves to exploit nationwide blackouts caused by a major failure at the Simon Bolivar Hydroelectric Plant at Guri dam – a crisis that Venezuela’s government blames on US sabotage.

It was authored by Srdja Popovic of the Center for Applied Non-Violent Action and Strategies (CANVAS), a Belgrade-based “democracy…

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President Maduro’s Message to Venezuela After the Blackout

March 12, 2019

Carlos Alberto Montaner, agente de la CIA para desacreditar a #Cuba y #Venezuela

March 11, 2019

Cuba por Siempre

https://micubaporsiempre.files.wordpress.com/2019/03/b04b9-carlos-alberto-montanedr-ci.jpgPor: Agustín Palermo

Me entero por la Internet que el periódico La Nación de Costa Rica, tiene entre sus filas como publicista a Carlos Alberto Montaner, agente de la Agencia Central de Inteligencia (CIA) de los Estados Unidos que, un domingo sí y otro también, derrama bilis contra Cuba y Venezuela. Ignoro si en el pasado ese diario tuvo algún prestigio que no sea el comercial, pero lo que es el presente, no sólo es vergonzoso sino patético; Montaner es el columnista calumniador.

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Cuba responds to CBC’s fake news article

March 5, 2019

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Source:  cubausrelations.com

March 3 2019

Cuba’s Ambassador responds to unsubstantiated claims in CBC News article, “Canada at odds with Cuban ‘ally’ over Maduro’s fate.”

Ottawa, March 3, 2019

To the Editor of CBC News

josefina vidal.jpgI reject categorically and in the strongest terms the tendentious and manipulative article “Canada at odds with Cuba ‘ally’ over Maduro’s fate”, written by journalist Evan Dyer and published today, Sunday, March 3, 2019, by CBC News.

Good journalism does not speculate, it informs objectively.

The assertion that thousands of Cubans would allegedly be inserted into the structures of the armed and security forces of Venezuela, holding the government of (legitimate) President Nicolás Maduro, is a scandalous slander. I demand that CBC News present a proof, which evidently it does not have, since it does not appear in the whole article.

What Cuba has been offering Venezuela for many years is a modest cooperation, in which…

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Venezuela Condemns Staged Operation at Border with Colombia

February 25, 2019

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Source:  TeleSUR
February 23 2019

venezuelan armed vehicle.jpgVenezuelan armed vehicles are seen at the Venezuelan-Colombian border after
the staged attack by right-wing elements. | Photo: teleSUR

teleSUR correspondent in Venezuela said Venezuelan immigration Police were securing the border point and that members of the Venezuelan army were deployed at the scene.

A group of low-level soldiers of the Venezuelan National Guard Saturday took over multiple armored vehicles that belong to the Venezuelan force and rammed into border barriers at the Venezuelan-Colombian border in a staged operation ordered by right-wing opposition members in Colombia.

According to teleSUR reporters at the scene, armored vehicles of the Bolivarian National Guard (GNB) rammed into the Venezuelan security barrier installed in the Simon Bolivar international bridge and then three attackers fled to Colombia where they were received by two leaders of the Venezuelan far right.

Securing the border point

teleSUR correspondent in Venezuela Madeleine García said that Venezuelan immigration Police were securing the border point and that members of the Venezuelan army were deployed at the scene. “Three soldiers were moved to Colombian territory, but not all the armed forces of Venezuela.”

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Venezuela: Massive Bolivarian March For Peace And Sovereignty

February 21, 2019

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Source:  TeleSUR

venezuela massive bolivarian march for peace.jpgVenezuela: Massive Bolivarian March For Peace And Sovereignty

Diosdado Cabello, president of the Venezuelan National Constituent Assembly (ANC) headed a new episode of the massive March for Peace that filled the streets of Ciudad Bolivar, in the Bolivar state that borders with Brasil and Guyana.

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“Venezuela is a country of warriors that will stand against anybody,” stated Cabello, form the Angostura Bridge on the border with Brazil. The Chavista leader called upon the Bolivarian people to defend the homeland against the foreign attacks that Venezuela is living.

Cabello, who is also the first Vice President of the United Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV), denounced that “what is behind the alleged ‘humanitarian aid‘ is a big business,” that is being led by the Venezuelan right-wing for their own profit.

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OAS Ambassador Slams US ‘Pillage’ of Venezuela

February 19, 2019

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Source:  TeleSUR
February 15 2019

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“If you want to help Venezuela, do not threaten us with war and return what has been stolen,” Moncada said in reference to the Venezuelan resources blocked by the U.S. government.

The Venezuelan Ambassador at the Organization of American States (OAS), Samuel Moncada, stated on Friday that there are procedures to remove Venezuela from the organization, and it can’t be done without the necessary 24 votes of members of the OAS general assembly.

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“As the representative of the Venezuelan State and of constitutional president Nicolas Maduro Moros (…), the only way for me to stand up from this chair without violating international laws is that there is a resolution approved by the Extraordinary General Assembly of the OAS, where 24 member states voted for the suspension,” Moncada stated during his address at the OAS.

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President Nicolás Maduro’s Interview with the BBC

February 13, 2019

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Internationalist 360
February 12 2019

bbc interviews maduro.jpgOrla Guerin, BBC News

As we sit here, there is US aid across the border in Colombia. We have met many people here who tell us they are desperately in need of aid. Why not allow it through?

Nicolás Maduro, Venezuelan president

First of all, it’s a show, that the United States government has set up with the compliance of the Colombian government to humiliate the Venezuelans. Venezuela is a country that has the capacity to satisfy all the necessities of our people.

Venezuela is a country that has problems like any country. We are in a battle that has been going on for many years, a successful battle, to reduce poverty, misery, in order to increase the job capacity, to establish a social security system to protect 100% of our pensioners, in order to establish a public health system that reaches all the Venezuelan…

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