The PCPR said the US position is a challenge to the feelings of more than 90 percent of countries worldwide clearly expressed at the UN.
Head of international relations of the PCPR, Miguel Cruz, described as "a shame" that Washington disregards the decisions at the UN General Assembly, which condemned yesterday for the twentieth consecutive year the imperialist policy towards Cuba.
"The United States should be an object of international sanctions for failing to comply with the world bodyâ?Ös decisions demanding an end of the half-century US economic, commercial, financial blockade on Cuba," he warned.
"It is a shame that 186 UN member countries vote against the criminal blockade and the votes of Israel and the United States prevail over that overwhelming majority," said Cruz.
The spokesman for the Puerto Rican communists told Prensa Latina that "it is time for Washington to pay for its stubbornness in trying to destroy the Cuban Revolution through the mean blockade against a solidarity, peace, justice-loving people like that of Cuba."
He condemned that unilateral US measure that establishes extraterritorial laws to punish third countries doing business with Havana.
Cruz said that US President Barack Obama "should return the Nobel Peace Prize he was awarded or exchange it for that of the biggest fraud" because he is no different at all from other US presidents in his "behaviour of genocide towards Cuba.
"The Cuban Revolution is not alone because it has cultivated solidarity towards peoples worldwide; so it is time for the United States to be punished for ignoring UN decisions," said Cruz, who urged the international community to end the economic terrorism implied by the blockade that Washington insists on maintaining against the Cuban people.
ICAP – Havana