More than 400 global figures have signed a statement denouncing the United States' activation of Title III of the Helms-Burton Act against Cuba.
With the activation of Title III of Helms-Burton Act, which seriously hardens the economic, commercial and financial blockade against Cuba, the United States has once again broken the elementary rules of international law, more than 400 personalities worldwide denounced on Tuesday.
The activation of titles III and IV of the Helms-Burton Act undermines Cuba's economic prospects and causes a serious impact on the island''s people, a UN expert has asserted.
The UN Secretary General, Antonio Guterres, is aware the implementation of Title III of the Helms-Burton Act, and how it is generating rejection worldwide.
The Spanish government will open a $420 million investment fund and advisory offices to protect its companies from the threat of U.S.-based lawsuits due to President Donald Trump's new sanctions against Cuba, Spain's Minister of Industry, Commerce and Tourism Reyes Maroto announced.
Spanish Foreign Minister Josep Borrell on Wednesday described as arbitrary the US attitude to tighten its economic sanctions on Cuba by enforcing extraterritorial laws.
The members of the Martí Youth Movement (MJM) and the José Martí Cultural Society (SCJM) on Wednesday described the enforcement of the US Helms-Burton Act against Cuba as tyrannical arrogance.