The text also rejects the application of extraterritorial measures and laws contrary to the International Law, such as the Helms-Burton Act.
The resolution, which also expresses concern about the strengthening of the extraterritorial application of the blockade, continues with the measure adopted by this legislative body in May, given the refusal of the ING Bank to accept the payment of Cuba’s contribution to the Group.
Representatives of several countries that expressed their support for Cuba and recognized the island’s contribution to the economic and social development of their nations, despite the limitations imposed by the Washington economic, commercial and financial siege, attended the meeting.
The recognition to the work carried out by Cuban health workers in fighting Ebola virus in Sierra Leone, Liberia and the Republic of Guinea stood out. The ACP, with headquarters in the capital of Belgium, is composed of 79 states and has Guyanese Patrick Gomes as its secretary-general.(Prensa Latina)