Cuban collaborators are meeting in St. Vincent and the Grenadines.

Kingstown, June 27. All the Cuban collaborators who give their solidarity aid in St. Vincent and the Grenadines held an emotional meeting, the first to take place after this sister country announced last Wednesday the recovery of the last two active cases affected by Covid-19.

The moment was propitious for the Chiefs of the different Brigades working here to explain the actions developed in the health and construction sectors, respectively.

During the working meeting, Cuban Ambassador José M. Leyva Ventura updated the excellent state of bilateral relations, commenting on the situation in our country, the actions undertaken and the extraordinary results obtained in the last few weeks in the confrontation with Covid-19. He denounced the increase in hostility and the U.S. blockade against our country, even in times of the pandemic.

The diplomat highlighted the discipline, dedication and devotion of all Cuban collaborators in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, praised the example of the Henry Reeve Brigade, which is in the final stage of its stay in this brotherly country and highlighted the words of Prime Minister Ralph Gonsalves supporting the growing international clamor for the awarding of the Nobel Peace Prize to this contingent of the most precious thing that human beings have, which is health.

All those present condemned the campaigns and actions promoted by the U.S. government and its lackeys with the purpose of discrediting Cuban medical collaboration, which constitutes an example of the solidarity and disinterested aid that our country provides to other nations in need.

During the meeting, several interventions were made reiterating all the support of the collaborators to our Revolution, to the Party and to the Cuban Government that are fighting a colossal battle in the midst of complex conditions.

(Embacuba St. Vincent and the Grenadines)

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