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On January 12, 2023, the National Working Committee of the Kenya Cuba Solidarity Committee (KCSC) 2023 planning meeting held at the United Kenya Club in Nairobi passed unequivocally the resolutions as outlined below. In line with its traditions and practice, the meeting was attended offline and online with up to fifty-four delegates representing different counties in Kenya.

"International solidarity is not an act of charity: It is an act of unity between allies fighting on different terrains toward the same objective. The foremost of these objectives is to aid the development of humanity to the highest level possible." ~ Samora Machel

 

2023 ACTION PLAN FOR THE KENYA-CUBA SOLIDARITY COMMITTEE (KCSC)

January 12, 2023

Consistent with the Sixth African Continental meeting of solidarity with Cuba held in Abuja, Nigeria, on September 23-25, 2019, KCSC undertakes to do the following in the year 2023:

1.     Promote and be consistent with the legacy of Commander in Chief Fidel Castro Ruz and the Cuban people in Kenya and Africa through conferences, commemorative activities, panels, and political events in different countries to remember his contribution to the African liberation movements.

2.     Expand the solidarity movement in various sectors of Kenyan societies, especially to all graduates of Cuba and their families.

3.     Strengthen and increase the relationship between political forces, trade unions, youth organizations, women's organizations and friendship associations with Cuba.

4.     Strengthen the links between solidarity organizations with Cuba in the different countries of the African continent to allow the exchange of experiences.

5.     Address the people and Congress of the United States with requests to end the illegal and inhuman blockade against Cuba, the Helms-Burton Act, the activation of its Title III and the unlawful occupation of Guantanamo by the United States.

6.     Perform monthly actions to demand the lifting of the economic, commercial and financial blockade imposed on Cuba by the United States government, the end of the aggressive escalation and the return of the territory occupied by the illegal Naval Base in Guantanamo (shipment of letters to US government executives, marches in front of US Embassies / Consulates, among others).
7. Manage that each Parliament in Africa, particularly the Kenyan parliament and the Parliament of the African Union, approve Resolutions that demand the end of the illegal and inhuman blockade against Cuba and the end of the unlawful occupation of Guantanamo by the United States.

7.     Reinforce actions of solidarity, dissemination and support for the causes of Palestine, Saharawi, and unrestricted support for the Bolivarian Revolution to boost the effect of a common cause.

8.     Organize ourselves against terrorism in different forms so that to have solidarity to become much more effective

9.     Divulge the International Volunteer and Solidarity Work Brigades with Cuba.

10.  Develop communication strategies through TV, radio, social networks, and other platforms to disseminate Cuban reality.

11.  Intensify the use of social networks as a platform to denounce hostile policies against Cuba; disseminate information about solidarity activities and the reality of Cuba in response to disinformation campaigns.

12.  Support Cuban collaborators, especially doctors, and popularize the impact of their work on  Kenyan communities.

13.  14. Prioritize the rejuvenation of the structures that make up the Solidarity Movement with Cuba creatively and comprehensively.

 

Hands off, Cuba!

Long live Kenya-Cuba Solidarity Committee!

Down with Economic and Financial Blockades!

 

Signed by

 

Booker Ngesa Omole

National Working Committee, KCSC 

 

About Kenya Cuba Solidarity Committee ( KCSC)

KCSC was founded in 2007 with the Social Democratic Party of Kenya (now the Communist Party of Kenya). At that time, it was called the Kenya Cuba Friendship Society before it was transformed into Kenya Cuba Solidarity Committee in 2021 mainly to defeat the bureaucracy of admitting new members at the registrar of societies and to reflect its solidarity character.

The African people have benefited from the political solidarity and humanitarianism of the Cuban revolution, which has brought medical, sports, health, culture and education to our people, among many others.

KCSC clearly demonstrates that Cuba is not alone (in her struggle against US imperialism) and that the Kenyan people defend the right of Cuba to be an independent, socialist and sovereign country. The organization has and will continue to condemn the attempt to suffocate the sovereignty of Cuba by measures of the successive USA administrations directed to economically asphyxiate the Cuban people. The blockade is a politics of genocide, criminal, illegal, cruel, insensitive and inhumane, affecting the fundamental rights of every Cuban and should be fought in all forms and platforms.

 

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