A caravan along Havana’s Malecon calls for the end of the U.S. embargo

The Union of Young Communists called the initiative to join the actions also called this day in several cities worldwide, some of them in the United States, to demand the end of sanctions against the Caribbean country.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A caravan of dozens of cars, motorcycles, bicycles, skaters, and even a horse-drawn carriage paraded Sunday, March 28, along Havana's Malecon to call for an end to the U.S. trade embargo on Cuba.

With music and Cuban flags, the participants walked along the famous avenue from the port of the capital to its final meters in the neighborhood of El Vedado, blowing their horns and chanting slogans against the "blockade", as the U.S. embargo in force for six decades has been known in Cuba.

One of the noisiest moments of the caravan . . .

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