Cuba in Ireland

Aleida Guevara visits the "Free Derry" Museum and several of the city's murals.

Aleida Guevara visits the "Free Derry" Museum and several of the city's murals.

Derry, November 2018. Dr. Aleida Guevara March during her stay in the city of Derry, Northern Ireland, had the opportunity to visit the Museum of "Free Derry", an institution that gathers important passages of the recent history of the city and the social struggles of his people, among which the so-called "Bloody Sunday" stands out.

"The World does not need armaments, it needs Food; The World does not need armaments, it needs Medications; the World does not need weapons; it needs Solidarity." Aleida Guevara, International Conference in Ireland, against US Military Bases and NATO.

"The World does not need armaments, it needs Food; The World does not need armaments, it needs Medications; the World does not need weapons; it needs Solidarity." Aleida Guevara, International Conference in Ireland, against US Military Bases and NATO.

Dublin, November 17, 2018. Early in the morning session, Aleida Guevara March intervened in the plenary of the International Conference against the Military Bases of the United States and NATO. She said that the borders of the islands should be delimited only by the sea, however some islands, like Cuba, have other borders, in this case, determined by the existence of the US military base at Guantanamo, maintained against the will of our people.

The First International Conference against the military bases of the United States and NATO in Ireland was inaugurated.

The First International Conference against the military bases of the United States and NATO in Ireland was inaugurated.

Dublin, November 16, 2018. With the assistance of representatives of several dozens of countries and leaders of pacifist movements, the First International Conference against the military bases of the United States and NATO was inaugurated in Dublin.

The speakers of this inaugural session coincided in highlighting the hundreds of billions of dollars that are spent annually on weapons, being diverted from key sectors such as education, health and food. The gap between rich and poor deepens.

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