The U.N. General Assembly on Tuesday overwhelmingly adopted a resolution to condemn the U.S. blockade of Cuba and urge America to end its long-running embargo against the Caribbean island country.

The resolution, titled “Necessity of ending the economic, commercial, and financial embargo imposed by the United States of America against Cuba,” was passed with 186 member states voting yes, two against, and three abstaining.

The resolution, which is not legally binding, urged the U.S. to “repeal or invalidate any such laws as soon as possible.” It was the 20th consecutive year that the General Assembly has adopted the resolution by an overwhelming majority of votes to condemn the Cuba embargo.

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