Get access to our best features
Get access to our best features
Published 2 months ago

Brazil's president calls U.S. economic embargo on Cuba 'illegal,' condemns terrorist list label

  • Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva criticized the United States' economic embargo on Cuba, calling it illegal and denouncing the island's inclusion on the list of state sponsors of terrorism.
  • Lula emphasized Brazil's opposition to unilateral coercive measures and rejected Cuba's designation on the list of state sponsors of terrorism. He called for fair global governance and highlighted the impact of the embargo on Cuba's access to food, medicine, and development supplies.
  • Lula urged developed countries to fulfill their commitments under the Paris Agreement to address climate change and emphasized that developing countries have a different historical debt and require climate funds based on their needs and priorities.
Insights by Ground AI
Does this summary seem wrong?

13 Articles

Think freely.Subscribe and get full access to Ground NewsSubscriptions start at $9.99/yearSubscribe

Bias Distribution

  • 50% of the sources are Center
50% Center

To view factuality data please Upgrade to Premium


To view ownership data please Upgrade to Vantage

Sources are mostly out of (0)