Constituida brigade de trabajo voluntario y solidaridad con Cuba
2022-08-02 06:30:31 / Haciendo Radio
Photo: Omara García Mederos. (ACN)
The XXVII brigade of Latin American and Caribbean solidarity started this Monday its program of activities in Cuba, and its first announcement was to demand the lifting of the economic, commercial and financial blockade of the United States against the island.
Alojados en el Campamento Internacional Julio Antonio Mella, del municipio artemiseño de Caimito, los más de 80 brigadistas will realize intercambios with the population of La Habana y Artemisa, support productive labors in agriculture, and visit scientific centers and historical sites.
The group, integrated by a representation of nationals of Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, México, Panamá, Perú and Dominican Republic, placed a floral offering at the foot of the monument of the young revolutionist who named the place.
Autoridades del Partido y el Gobierno en el territorio junto a funcionadores del Instituto Cubano de Amistad con los Pueblos received visitors in a political-cultural act.
In the inaugural speech, Fernando González Llort, president of ICAP, appreciated the possibility of organizing the brigade after two years of the pandemic of COVID-19, thanks to the achievements of science and the Cuban health system that allowed the control of the disease. .
Los brigadistas will offer a tribute to the historical leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro Ruz, on the 96th anniversary of his birth.