With a concert at the headquarters of the Cuban Embassy in St. Vincent and the Grenadines, the Government and grateful people of the sister Caribbean nation, along with diplomats, collaborators and Cuban residents in that country, paid memorial tribute to Commander in Chief Fidel Castro on the day of the 59th anniversary of the Federation of Cuban Women, an organization closely linked to Fidel's vision and thought.
Ralph Gonsalves, Prime Minister of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, participated in the Central Act of tribute to Commander in Chief Fidel Castro Ruz, held at the Cuban Embassy in that sister country.
After the concert of Cuban music, that centered the tribute, the Vincentian leader shared with those presents, important reflections on the personality of Fidel, whom he called a Giant.
Cuban residents, together with members of the medical brigade in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, took part in the central event, organized by the Cuban Embassy in the sister Caribbean nation, in homage to the 93rd anniversary of the birth of Commander in Chief Fidel Castro and the 59th anniversary of the founding of the Federation of Cuban Women ( FMC).
With a political-cultural patriotic evening, the Cuban Embassy and the Cuban Medical Brigade in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines commemorated the 66th anniversary of the heroic deed of July 26, 1953.
After an introductory presentation by the Head of the Cuban Medical Brigade, Dr. Nelson Vicente Díaz Lobo, the attendees had the opportunity to listen to the speech of the Cuban Public Health Minister, Dr. José Angel Portal Miranda, during the 72nd World Health Assembly.